Three Ghosts in a Cemetery

La Loupiote suggests you her enchanted bell jar “Three Ghosts in a Cemetery”. It is an entirely handmade piece made in her workshop in Normandy, France. It is a unique piece.

The tragic story of three brothers who gave their lives for the one they loved. Read their story below.


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The enchanted bell jar “Three Ghosts in a Cemetery”

La Loupiote suggests you her enchanted bell jar “Three Ghosts in a Cemetery”. It is an entirely handmade piece made in her workshop in Normandy, France. This magic bell jars glows in a sweet light. It not only brings a touch of magic in the room it decorates but it also soothes those who are afraid of the dark. It is a unique piece.

The story of the Three Ghosts in a Cemetery

Three brothers worked as guards in an antique Celtic castle. All three loved the princess. Unfortunately she was to marry an awful man The Duke of Kasteldun. The three brothers quarrelled over the matter as they didn’t know what to do to prevent this wedding from happening. They stopped talking to each other as they could not find an agreement. On the wedding night, a frightful night when a storm broke out in a dark sky, the bride did not come to the chapel. The Duke was mad and promised himself to find his future wife. The princess had planned her escape a long time ago and tried to run away. Even the brothers did not speak to each other they still watched over the Lady. They all saw her sneek out of the castle and followed her. Unfortunately, they all got killed by the Duke in an epic battle and the poor princess jumped off the cliffs to escape her destiny. The king who cherished her and the three guards buried them in a cemetery and some say one can see three ghostly silhouettes haunt the place on stormy nights, like three guardians still protecting the one they love.


La Loupiote – veilleuses féeriques is a shop that was created in 2020 by the artist “La Loupiote”, a word which has a double meaning in French.

It refers to a small light or a small child. How fitting this name is for someone who creates night-lights in the shapes of small fairy houses !

These magical small lamps which are inspired by the enchanting world of the Faery Folk illuminate the eyes of young and old people alike. The fairy houses glimmer in a sweet light and bring a touch a dream at night fall in the room they decorate, as well as they soothe the ones who are afraid of the dark.

All of the night-lights are unique and handmade with many details, much care and patience. Each of them tells an authentic story and invites you into their worlds – they seem to come all the way from a mossy undergrowth, a flowery meadow, a haunted castle ou even on old library. One holds into their hands a piece of an intimate dream handmade in the workshop just for you.

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Weight0.269 kg
Dimensions9 × 13 cm
Liste des matériaux

pâte polymère, argile, bois, fil de chanvre, fausse mousse, colle, encre, fil nylon.
polymer clay, clay, wood, hemp thread, fake moss, glue, ink, nylon thread


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