As you have probably gathered I love to make fairies and anything to do with them. Over time I have done a lot of research into the fairy way and I am sharing with you today all of the information I have gathered about fairy wands.
Fairies wands can be made from almost any item or object and are enchanted to help fairies perform magic, only elves, witches, and wizards are capable of performing the spells to bewitch fairy wands. The variety of fairy wands is vast and can include many types of feathers such as pheasant, cardinal, raven, guinea, ostrich, crow, parakeet, mockingbird, eagle, bluebird, peacock, hummingbird, snow goose, and emu. However, some fairies prefer flower wands like clover blossoms, tulips, pansies, miniature roses, and poppies, these fairies often have similar names and I feel that this is how the famous paintings by Cicily Mary Barker were inspired. All if this said and done there really are no rules to say what can become a fairy wand some of the most unique wands I have heard of include a porcupine quill, a thin crystal shard, an elephant’s eyelash, a tiger whisker, an otter whisker, a cinnamon stick, a thread of silk from a magic carpet, the stamen from a lily, an unused matchstick, a bristle from a boar's back, a pine needle, a cactus thorn, branch from a willow tree and a unicorns tail hair.A wand can be passed down through the generations and with each passing it gains in power as before it can be used by it's new owner it must receive a further enchantment from whoever originally bewitched it.
So, if you were lucky enough to find a fairy wand you would need to be very careful as it will have untold power, the best advice I could give would be to place in in a very safe place and the fairy owner will soon be back to fetch it.