What are Fiddleheads?
Fiddleheads are the furled fronds of a young fern, quite delicious and considered magical.
In the middle ages, people believed they could become invisible, see the future, and have eternal youth by eating fiddleheads.
The American Indians considered them protective and marked their clothing and canoes with the symbol.
American folklore tells the tale of the fairy Fern
Fern survived her winter sadness by playing beautiful music on a fiddle the north wind fashioned for her from an old oak tree and moose hair. The spring after she grew old and traveled to the land beyond the rainbow, bright green ferns emerged from the snow to celebrate the life of the tiny fairy. To this day, the people of Maine welcome the arrival of spring by venturing into the woods to harvest Fern’s fiddleheads. They claim that you can hear the fiddle music when the moon is full.
If you are looking for fashion or faries, the fiddlehead series offers three different styled pendants in multiple sizes.
This set of pendants inspires our imagination and is dedicated to Tinkerbell. Tinkerbell is a free spirit: she is what she is, says what she means, and always has her friend’s back.
Merryweather, Flora & Fauna
Represented in this series are Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather, the three magical fairies that protected Sleeping Beauty. They offer us beauty, song, and love’s true kiss.