Size: 3.1x3 inches. Fainias name draws upon the the word -fain- meaning glad or joyful, to delight in - She delights in the shells which cluster along Gramarye's southern shore. But her name also has overtones of -feign- to pretend - for Fainia is jealous of her treasures and lures humans away from them with her illusions of storms and rocks. In this way, she keeps shells safe until they can reveal their secret - the lustrous pearls with which the children of the faeries play. Fainia sometimes gives the pearls to mermaids to adorn their hair, in exchange for shells from other oceans. Fainia's wings shimmer with the blue and green of the rock pools where she lives, and the hidden treasure she brings with her in her keepsake box is the scallop shell of pilgrims. Sculpted in a mixture of resin and crushed marble, their wings have been fashioned from English pewter and hand enameled in rainbows of transparent colors. The Isle of Gramarye. By Artist Robert Glover. Made in England. Artistry and quality are the hallmarks of Isle of Gramarye products. Each keepsake box is hand-moulded and hand painted entirely in the United Kingdom, created by skilled craftspeople. Each item includes a tiny parchment telling the story of its name. All Isle of Gramarye items are retired with limited availability as they are beautiful line from the UK that has closed its doors.