About Faeriefer

Once Upon a Time, inspired by a childhood spent reading fairy tales by Hans Christian Anderson and the Brother's Grimm, and many hours imagining the beautiful images from Ladybird books coming to life, the seed for the Faeriefer collection was planted.

Faeriefer was created by taking the French spelling of faerie from folklore and mixing this with Jennifer. This small hand crafted business has come to encompass jewellery, gifts and a range of jewellery making products with the faerie realm, mythical and mystical influences at its heart. 

Faeriefer offers beautiful hand crafted fairy inspired jewellery alongside a collection of beautiful gifts, broomsticks, dreamcatchers and more. I have gothic, steampunk, pagan and wiccan influences in my store. If it fits in with my love of the fae and mystical realm, I will make it! The darker side of fairy tale, the evil queens, the ravens and the wolves mix here with the whimsical and the magical.

As well as my own hand crafted jewellery I offer for sale a range of beautiful jewellery from around the world. I am a UK stockist for Peter Stone sterling silver, I feature a large range of licensed fantasy artists and I buy direct from Lisa Parker and Nemesis Now. I also stock official Harry Potter jewellery from the Carat shop licensed by Warner Bros. I stock Anne Stokes official cameos and Briar.

I also offer for sale jewellery making products for you to try and make your own jewellery, along with full instructions, hints and tips. I also cut and sell my own craft seals to custom sizes fitting most round and oval jewellery setting trays.

Faeriefer can be found on our own website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Ebay and Etsy. I can also occasionally be found at local craft fairs and my handcrafted pieces are for sale at The Phoenix Plant Based Eatery in St Helens. I am based in the UK but I do ship worldwide.

I hope you too are inspired by the Faeriefer realm and that my products will bring a little bit of magic to your daily life. After all, what else are pretty things for.........?