Our collection of Faerie and Costume Horns come from a variety of artisans who live the faerie lifestyle at various festivals and events around the world as well as basic novelty / costume shop offerings. The artistic works of Leaf McGowan, Etain de Danann, Thomas Baurley, and The Tree Leaves’ Oracle can be found for sale at The Leaf and Dragon in Ashland, Oregon and through its website www.treeleavesoracle.org. The fine creations sold will be archived here.
Leaf started making Faerie horns and crowns at a crafting circle during Starwood which inspired him to take in the art. Since then he has started making custom-made horns at various festivals and events as well as privately for those seeking to display their faerie nature.
Availability for customized horns is on a first-come, first reserve basis subject to time and availability to provide this service.
To inquire about custom horns from Leaf McGowan, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Custom horn requests require a deposit of half of the final cost of the horns plus shipping. You will need to allow upwards of 2-3 weeks for completion of the horns.
Similarly, pretty much following the same path as wing making, Leaf started making fantasy horns in the same fashion. Inspired by various artists through the years, he took on the clay-making and molding for private custom-made requests as well as several batches sold through the Tree
Leaves’ Folk Fellowship.