Filled with Leprechauns, Witches, Hallows, Greek Myths, Nursery Rhymes like Humpty Dumpty and Mother Goose. Find the Holy Grail, King Arthur and His Knights, Excalibur, Camelot and more. Look for characters from novels like The Canterbury Poets, Arabian Nights, Myths of the Middle Ages, Celtic Fairy Tales and more...



 Many authorities have argued that the Victorian fairy fascination was a response to disenchantment with their world- and an effort to re-enchant it.  By 1918 the need for enchantment was very great. An idyllic fantastical land created by Bernard Sleigh at the end of the Great War and which then stood in sharp juxtaposition to bomb-blasted Europe.

  English artist Bernard Sleigh (1872-1954) was born in Birmingham, England. He began his art studies at age 14, when he was apprenticed to a wood engraver. He received his formal art education at the famed Birmingham School of Art. He specialized in illustration, painting murals, stained glass, in addition to wood engraving. Like his contemporary, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sleigh believed in fairies, and supported Doyle in his mystical endeavors and research.

  Beautifully crafted work of art and cartography. The map reveals Fairyland people and places such as: the Elfin Temple; Goblin Land; the Faerie Shrine; the castle from “La Belle et la Bête” (Beauty and the Beast); Rapunzel’s tower; Bogle’s Corner; the Elfrain Cove, and so much more!

The 1917 Guide to the map is a charming read, being poetic and full of authentic fairy folklore. Sleigh begins:

“In the heart of every child is hidden a little golden key which unlocks the door of a silent, clean swept room full of changing lights and mystic shadows.  There, every child that is born into the world enters at times to gaze eagerly upon the one great window, pictured with ancient legends…

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