Fairy Riding a Frog. Rose Fyleman's 1917 poem "Fairies" begins with the line "There are fairies at the bottom of our garden!" Fairies held great fascination during the Victoria era, one might say, the Victorians were even obsessed, as fairies could be found not only in gardens, but everywhere. This elegant box handles the theme quite nicely. The top is hinged and opens to reveal a tiny storage place for gems and small jewelry. Hand enameled on a pewter base then baked, polished and set with genuine Austrian crystal gems. Gift boxed. 2½" height, 3" in length.