RIP John Hurt (Mr. Ollivander)

Bff birthday week continues, today featuring Ollivander, because we couldn’t get through the week without some Harry Potter!

« Chaque baguette, dès le moment où elle trouve son propriétaire idéal, commencera à apprendre des choses de son partenaire humain tout en lui apportant son propre enseignement. » -- Garrick Ollivander, ...

Plus besoin d'aller chez Ollivander pour vous procurer une baguette magique, fabriquez-la vous-même !

« Chaque baguette, dès le moment où elle trouve son propriétaire idéal, commencera à apprendre des choses de son partenaire humain tout en lui apportant son propre enseignement. » -- Garrick Ollivander, ...

Considered by many to be the world's best wandmaker, almost everyone at Hogwarts gets their wands from him.   Happy Birthday Garrick Ollivander!

Considered by many to be the world's best wandmaker, almost everyone at Hogwarts gets their wands from Ollivander.

Ollivander - Fabricants de baguettes magiques ( Angl. Ollivanders: Makers of Fine Wands since 382 b.c ) est le nom d'une boutique située sur le Chemin de Traverse, à Londres. Elle se spécialise dans la fabrication et la vente de baguettes magiques. La boutique est tenue de générations en générations par des membres de la même famille: la famille Ollivander. De nos jours, elle est gérée par Garrick Ollivander. Le fabricant Ollivander est installé depuis plusieurs siècles dans la partie sud…

Ollivander

Garrick Ollivander (John Hurt) in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)

Garrick Ollivander

Garrick Ollivander (Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone & Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 & Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part

Ollivander's. Set up a table with home made wands and this poster. Genius!

"Olivander's Wands Logo" Pen&Ink, Photoshop (background texture) 2004 *Designed for the fictional wand-maker's business in the Harry Potter books. Logo for Olivander's Wands

Magic Wand Movies Item - Garrick Ollivander wand New In Box Harry Potter

Magic Wand Movies Item - Garrick Ollivander wand New In Box Harry Potter

Harry Potter's wand was 11" long, made of holly, and possessed a phoenix feather core. This was described by Garrick Ollivander to be an unusual combination of wand core and wood. The feather was donated by Fawkes, Albus Dumbledore's phoenix. It was revealed by Garrick Ollivander that Tom Riddle's wand core also came from Fawkes, making the two wands "brothers". Harry's wand was described as being "nice and supple". Harry obtained his wand from Olliva...

Harry Potter's wand

Harry Potter's wand was long, made of holly, and possessed a phoenix feather core.

Ravenclaw Art Print by Markusian -- Ravenclaw is one of the four Houses of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, founded by Rowena Ravenclaw. Members of this house are characterised by their wit, learning, and wisdom. Its house colours are blue and bronze, and its symbol is the eagle. Many great wizards and witches have come from this house, including Filius Flitwick, Garrick Ollivander and Luna Lovegood. Ravenclaw roughly corresponds with the element of air; the House colours are blue…

◘ Ravenclaw Art Print by Markusian. Ravenclaw is one of the four Houses of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and ᗯᎥʑคяƊяᎽ, founded by Rowena Ravenclaw. Members of this house are characterised by their wit, learning, and wisdom.

post contains affiliate links This weekend Milo is having a very belated birthday party (his actual birthday was back in May, but we waited until now for the party for assorted reasons too boring to get into). He just turned eleven so, naturally, he’s having a Harry Potter party. Next week I’ll be back with a full recap of the … Continue reading →

DIY Harry Potter Wands -

Attention Harry Potter fans and crafty “do it yourself” wizards! These DIY Harry Potter wands will make you feel like you are wandering the halls of Hogwarts and are ready…

Ollivander's Wand Shop, Deathly Hallows Part 1

Stephenie McMillan, the films' set decorator, populated Ollivander's shop with wand boxes! "Think of a normal-sized shop and then think of storerooms at the back with shelves going up seventeen feet, and all of those shelves stacked with wand boxes.

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