Wee twee divas spotted in the garden department of Long's Drugstore:
They're made by the very prolific Amy Brown, whose website is "dedicated to the Believers." Each ornament, made of polystone and standing about 5 inches high, retails for about $25. The opportunity to tell the world "Take your so-called good taste and shove it": priceless.
Extra credit to anyone who heard in my post title the singular trill of Beatrice Lillie (1894-1989) singing "There Are Fairies at the Bottom of My Garden," the song that made her the darling of le tout gay London in the 1920s. (No, I'm not that old; I just have a highly random store of useless knowledge.)