The BEAD GALLERY
311 E Liberty St
APRIL 2008

I've received a few e-mails about fairy doors at The Bead Gallery.
I have not yet been able to get down there during business hours, but luckily, Endrina sent a couple photos along with her kind e-mail.

THIS thing is definitely NOT an urban fairy door! I recognize it as a mass produced resin product. I met the man who is having them manufactured, when he tried to get my help and/or endorsement. I declined and he went ahead with his scheme anyway.

I imagine that if one of these fell into the right hands, with a little imagination, there could be some magic that happens. However, I do not endorse these.
In fact, I would just throw it out.
On the otherhand... THIS door and these windows are more in line with the attention to detail of previous fairy doors. I have not yet seen them in person, so I couldn't say if there are any fairies behind them.

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