Large collection of Mark Roberts fairies for sale on display shelves in Cincinnati, OH

Mark Roberts Fairies and Collectibles

The Mark Roberts brand symbolizes the best quality and the most elegantly designed items in the gift and home décor industry. Mark Roberts fairies, elves, Santas and witches have enjoyed tremendous following from customers and collectors for over 30 years.

Collection of Mark Roberts fairies and other Christmas figures sitting on a shelf

Mark Roberts Fairies at Aquatic & Garden Decor

Aquatic & Garden Decor offers one of the best selections of Mark Roberts collectibles and decor in the Cincinnati area and Midwest region. No matter the season, you’re sure to find the perfect fairy that deserves a special place in your home. Here is just a small sample of what you can find. To see our entire collection, stop by our showroom, located on Cincinnati Columbus Road, across from Desi Plaza.

The Mark Roberts Story

What began as a typical small business start-up in the mid-1980s, Mark Roberts company has grown phenomenally over the years! This success has translated to employment of nearly 100 people within his local community and annually supporting many local, national, and international charitable organizations along the way

 

The Mark Roberts company has donated approximately $100,000+ annually for the past 15 years. Some of the worthwhile cause-related designs for 2020 included the Fairy of Miracles, benefitting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Spirit of Hope Fairy benefitting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

 

The seeds of this magic were planted decades ago as Mark shared:

 

As a young child, I would often ask my mom the “imponderable questions” that only a child could ask. “Where does the snow come from Mommie? How does Santa wrap all those presents?” Quickly, my mom would answer “Why the Snowflake Fairy dances across the sky, sprinkling down the snowflakes,” or “The Gift Wrapping Fairies help Santa to wrap up every present!”

 

“But how come I can’t see the fairies Mommie?” I would ask her. “You just have to believe that they are out there,” she would say. “They are so tiny and so quick, that in the blink of an eye, they’re gone.”

 

In 1989, when she died prematurely from cancer, I understood clearly what she meant about “…in the blink of an eye, they’re gone.” I understood that just because you can’t see something, doesn’t mean that it does not exist. I found that life is not only precious, it is also sacred. The magic of life that surrounds us each and every day is there for us to reach out and find.

 

Seeing his intricately detailed and whimsically designed fairies, it is obvious Mark inherited his mother’s ingenious creativity.