The Goblins

There are 2 kinds:

Goblins -- see below        Goblin Head Brooches -- click here 

 

This is Gröeg. What can I say?  It’s very rare to find a goblin that isn’t camera-shy!  Preferring to live in dark and deep forests, this type of goblin can also be found in closets and under beds.  Of course, he’s one-of-a-kind, but I do know of other goblins that are losing their homes to industrialization and pollution.  I have to warn you, though: taking a goblin into your home is no small thing!  They’re temperamental, grumbly and shiny, sparkly things will tend to mysteriously disappear!  Each goblin is unique, but they do have some common characteristics: they stand about 15 inches tall and are made of long, shaggy synthetic furs with upholstery fabric hands, feet and face.  They have skeletons so their arms, hands and tails are poseable and they have leather claws and a wooden horn.  Their faces are constructed of many layers of fabric, some paint, glass-droppings for eyes and lots of patience!  For balance, their feet are filled with pellets while their bodies are stuffed with polyester fiberfill.  These creatures are fragile, they are not meant for children.

 

 

Please click on the selection below:

Bats

 

 

Bears &
Ladies

 

 

Swans

 

 

Woosels

Goblins

Hedgehogs

 

 

Equine Creations

 

 

Rats & Bratbies

 

 

Dragons

 

 

Otters

 

 

Cats

 

Living Stoles

Flying Mice

 

 

 

 

 

Flying Rabbits

 

 

 

 

To learn more about the critters and me,
please click on the rat

For prices, availability and adoption details,
please click on the moth

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~~Dà Fhaol Mharbh: A Vampyre's Faerytale by Karen Waschinski~~