"When she had sat there for a while, a white dove came flying to her with a little golden key in its beak. It put the little key in her hand, and said, ‘Do you see that great tree, therein is a little lock, open it with the tiny key, and you will find food enough, and suffer no more hunger.’ Then she went to the tree and opened it, and found milk in a little dish, and white bread to break into it, so that she could eat her fill.
When she was satisfied, she said, ‘It is now the time when the hens at home go to roost, I am so tired I could go to bed too.’ Then the dove flew to her again, and brought another golden key in its bill, and said, ‘Open that tree there, and you will find a bed.’ So she opened it, and found a beautiful white bed, and she prayed God to protect her during the night, and lay down and slept.”
— excerpt from “The Old Woman in the Wood” by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
overdress and shawl: h.Naoto GRAMM
necklace: Innocent World