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Enchanted Penty

Enchanted Penty

 
 ‘Enchanted Penty’
‘… an enchanting addition to any garden, anywhere.’

Price £135  
 Free p&p ( UK mainland only) 
Please enquire for shipping cost to other destinations.
To order email daviesj49@yahoo.com
‘Penty’, means ‘cottage’ in the Welsh language and this little ‘Enchanted Penty’ is a fairy cottage that harks back to a time when life was simpler and houses were built to last.  The ‘Enchanted Penty’ certainly adds a little bit of Celtic magic to the surroundings.

                       

 

Built in the same ‘Enchanted Cottage’ style, the ‘Penty’ is completely hand crafted. Each pebble and stone is carefully chosen and placed. It has a hand carved solid oak front door complete with brass hinges and a tiny brass doorknob.

 

 

 

The three, glazed, windows are also made from oak and the Welsh Slate roof tiles are all hand cut to measure. The roof is topped with a hand moulded copper trim and a stone chimney  completes the picture.

 
Approx. Dimensions: 33cm length x 23cm width x 20cm height           
For just £2.99 your ‘Enchanted Penty’ can come with its very own
Title Deeds to the property, personalised with the new owners name. 

 

 

 

 

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Welsh Cottage – Fairy House

Welsh Cottage – Fairy House

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  The Welsh Cottage 
 

Price~ £200
Available only to UK . Free Delivery to UK mainland only.
Enquire for Scottish Highlands.
Email daviesj49@yahoo.com
 ‘Inspired by the ‘land of my fathers’
This stunning ‘Welsh Cottage’ captures the timeless beauty, simplicity and character of a real-life properties in Wales.

 The ‘Welsh Cottage’ is built using traditional methods and techniques. From stone and slate, hewn from the Welsh mountainside, the cottage is built to last. Sturdy and functional but with exquisite charm and attention to detail. There is a solid oak front door with tiny brass hinges and brass door knob. The roof is tiled with hand cut Welsh slates, over 300 to be precise.There is a solid oak front door with tiny brass hinges and brass door knob. The roof is tiled with hand cut Welsh slates, over 300 to be precise.

It is available with either a copper or red tile roof ridge, please let us know which you would prefer when ordering.

It only has two windows made of oak and carefully glazed but in olden days it could be quite gloomy inside. You can even imagine the smell of a coal fire. Of course, nowadays, the modern fairy prefers electric light and there are facilities to add lighting inside
( small hole at rear base to feed wire through).

It is easy to entice fairies to live in your garden especially with this kind of modernity on offer. How delightful it is and reassuring to see little lights flickering in the garden and knowing your fairies are safely home at night.

Of course the ‘Welsh Cottage’ can also be a wonderful focal point in any garden too, a lovely addition to a garden border and always a talking point when a visitor comes across […]