The Magic Jar
The Magic Jar
Pick up this small and harmonious jar and hold it in your hand. Now... imagine you are supping some magical nectar from it. Thousands of years ago in ancient Egypt, Queen Cleopatra used a similar type of jar, only hers contained a remarkable potion which preserved her fragile beauty forever. It softened and lightened her skin, it brightened the sparkle in her eyes, and with continued use, it kept taut the delicate area around her face and neck. This remarkable potion stimulated her during the day and relaxed her in the evening. Among the exotic ingredients contained in this elixir were passion flower petals, finely-ground pearls, fresh goat's milk, pummeled blue egg shells and raw honey.
For years queen Cleopatra supped of this nectar and conquered men as well as nations. She lived for love and worshipped youth and beauty in herself and all creatures of nature. When her tragic downfall finally came, history claims she killed herself by allowing the poisonous asp to bite her. This is not so since it has come to light that she had her slaves mix the potion with a drop of poison from the asp itself. Calmly, as she had done so many times in the past, she drank of this nectar and died peacefully in her sleep, still retaining her youth and beauty.
"A wish fairy now lies within the Magic Jar. When rubbed faithfully, the Wish Fairy will provide a powerful essence of the universe which can be used for your benefit."
- J.C. of H.H.B.W.
Dimensions: 2 3/4" Tall, 3 1/4" wide and made from bronze.