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The Fairy Ring is used by fairies to identify humans with a "touch of fae" (those having super natural or magical abilities). On such a person the stones on the ring will glow, but the glow is visible only to fairies. Fairy Rings are here!
Lightweight, 100% polyester scarf, 60" long and 8 ½" wide. These attractive scarves make a great accessory for any outfit and are machine washable. Also available in Scottish Lion Rampant, Irish Tricolor and Wales flags. All Scarves are here!
The Royal Standard of Scotland, also called the Rampant Lion. The lion has been used as a heraldic device by the Kings of Scotland since William I of Scotland in the 12th century. The Rampant Lion appears to have been used first by Alexander II (1214-1249). The rampant lion stands erect, on it's hind legs, with it's head in profile and forelegs extended.
The National Flag of Scotland is the cross of St. Andrew, also known as the
Saltire. It is said to be one of the oldest national flags of any country. The official use of this flag, as a national emblem, dates from the 16th Century.
On this CD Carl Peterson leads you in singing some of his favorite Christmas songs and carols, and songs for the New Year. Go to the link above to hear samples! Songs include What Child Is This, Deck The Halls, Jingle Bells, Silent Night, The Holly And The Ivy, Auld Lang Syne and many more!
darachweb is delighted to bring you the Fairy Ring. The Fairy Ring is used by fairies to identify humans with a "touch of fae" (those having super natural or magical abilities). On such a person the stones on the ring will glow, but the glow is visible only to fairies.
The ring is an adjustable resin circle with dangly red glass stones that catch the light as you move your hand. Perhaps you too, will be able to catch a glimpse of the glow that the fairies see!
The rings are only $1.19 each, or $1.00 each if you buy 5 or more. They make a great stocking stuffer!