Enter a world of whimsical enchantment with the much anticipated jolly Winter Collection of the Ambrosius Fairies Range. The latest collection brings to life fourteen exclusive seasonal-inspired designs with a variety of captivating colours, each focused on a different element of a winter-wonderland inspired Christmas Season. Even if you celebrate the holidays during the warmer seasons in your part of the world, you can still bring the enchantment of a white Christmas into your home with this adoring collection! Loved by both children and parents alike – which one is your favourite?
Dimensions: Approx. 7-8 cm.
Due to the hand made nature of the Ambrosius Fairies, the fairy you receive may vary slightly from the picture shown.
Recommended Age 3+ years. Warning! Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard due to small parts.
Ambrosius dolls have been lovingly made in Transylvania, Romania, since 1996. A collaboration between Katalin Poszony, the owner of Ambrosius, and a Waldorf School resulted in beautiful, eco-friendly, handmade fairy dolls which were inspired by a particular flower or fruit. From there on Ambrosius flower fairies took the world by storm but Katalina’s love for nature and focus on sustainability remained the same. All of her creations are made from sustainable materials such as wool, wool felt, and wood and due to the handmade nature of the Ambrosius fairies – no two fairies look exactly the same making them truly unique and magical. Each fairy doll takes countless hours to make and are released in four seasonal collections. Ambrosius flower fairies come in four skin tones celebrating and uniting diversity of the floral and human world.
Katalina’s company Ambrosius doesn’t only support the environment but is also one of the few Romanian companies that support mothers with young children, retirees and people with disabilities by offering them working from home opportunities. Giving back and helping the ones in need is also close to Katalina’s heart and a part of Ambrosius’ profits is donated to the local Waldorf School and also to educational institutions in some of Transylvania’s poorer villages.