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Fantastic Beasts Magical Creature No. 1 - Niffler Fantastic Beasts Magical Creature No. 1 - Niffler
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According to Newt Scamander’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the Niffler is a rodent-like creature, native to the British Isles. Most notably, they are attracted to anything shiny and collect items in their tummy pouches. This finely detailed, hand-painted Niffler figure is sitting next to a small handbag overflowing with gold coins, in front of an image of New York, and makes an exquisi…
Fantastic Beasts Magical Creature No. 2 - Bowtruckle Fantastic Beasts Magical Creature No. 2 - Bowtruckle
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According to Newt Scamander’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the Bowtruckle is a European creature that is mostly peaceful but will aggressively fight back if you threaten its home tree. They can also be very difficult to spot in their natural habitat because they look like thin twigs and leaves! This finely detailed, hand-painted Bowtruckle figure is creeping across a leafy base, defian…
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 1 - Hedwig Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 1 - Hedwig
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The most beloved character from the Harry Potter series is surely Hedwig, Harry’s loyal owl companion. An 11th birthday present from Hagrid, Hedwig was not only Harry’s friend but also delivered important messages and frequently hooted her displeasure – or nipped him – when she disapproved of his behaviour. This finely decorated, hand-painted Hedwig statue depicts the beautiful owl stood on a pile…
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 10 - Gringotts Goblin Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 10 - Gringotts Goblin
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Money makes the world go round, and in the Wizarding World, that money is safely stored at Gringotts. Britain’s only wizard bank was founded by goblins and is still run exclusively by these magical beings who are highly skilled in handling money and finances. This finely decorated, hand-painted statue depicts a Goblin bank clerk sitting at a desk, surrounded by money bags and peering suspiciously…
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 11 - Crookshanks Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 11 - Crookshanks
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Crookshanks is a half-kneazle orange cat with a distinctive squashed face and is the beloved pet of Hermione Granger. This mini sculpture comes with a hidden Scabbers. Weight 0.54 kg Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic case
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 12 - Troll Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 12 - Troll
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The mountain troll that roamed the dungeons and corridors of Hogwarts School, and was later apprehended in a girls’ bathroom, is presented as part of our Magical Creatures series. Weight 0.54 kg Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic case
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 13 - Fluffy Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 13 - Fluffy
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A three-headed dog won by Rubeus Hagrid from a shadowy stranger, Fluffy was used to help guard the Philosopher’s Stone and is presented as part of our Magical Creatures range. Weight 0.54 kg Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic case
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 14 - Scabbers Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 14 - Scabbers
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This diorama features Ron’s dishevelled pet rat Scabbers, always distrusted by Crookshanks and later revealed to be Animagus Peter Pettigrew. Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic case
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 15 - Cornish Pixie Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 15 - Cornish Pixie
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Cornish Pixies are tiny blue creatures that are notoriously mischievous, helped by their ability to fly. Their disruptive tendencies were graphically illustrated when Gilderoy Lockhart opened a cage of them in a Defence Against the Dark Arts lesson. This diorama is hand-painted and can be removed from the case. Weight 0.54 kg Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic…
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 16 - Aragog Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 16 - Aragog
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This hand-painted sculpture is of one of Hagrid’s many questionable pets, Aragog the Acromantula, who lived deep in the Forbidden Forest. Weight 0.54 kg Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic case
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 2 - Dobby Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 2 - Dobby
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Dobby – the shortest character who made the biggest impact on Harry Potter’s life. This noble House Elf saved Mr Potter’s life on more than one occasion. Indeed, House Elves are notable for their strong unwavering loyalty to their masters, even when treated cruelly, and Dobby became fiercely loyal to Harry after he tricked Lucius Malfoy into freeing Dobby with a gift of clothes. This finely decora…
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 4 - Hungarian Horntail Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 4 - Hungarian Horntail
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The Hungarian Horntail is one of the most vicious and dangerous breeds of dragon in the Wizarding World. Harry Potter discovered this first hand when he had to steal a golden egg from one during the Triwizard Tournament. This finely decorated, hand-painted Hungarian Horntail statue depicts the magical animal rearing up, in front of Harry’s golden egg. The elegant display case and back panel showin…
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 5 - Ukrainian Ironbelly Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 5 - Ukrainian Ironbelly
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According to Newt Scamander’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (52nd edition), the Ukrainian Ironbelly is the largest species of dragon in the world. It is presumably for its size and ferocity that Gringotts Bank chose this dragon to guard some of their oldest vaults, including that of Bellatrix Lestrange, before the creature was freed by Harry Potter and friends. This finely decorated, han…
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 6 - Buckbeak Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 6 - Buckbeak
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The Hippogriff (half eagle, half horse) is a noble creature, and Buckbeak is no different. This Hippogriff lived with Hagrid in the grounds of Hogwarts until he was unfairly sentenced to death – to be fair, if Draco Malfoy insulted you, you’d attack him too. Luckily, Harry Potter and Hermione Granger saved Buckbeak from the executioner and helped him escape Hogwarts with Sirius Black. This finely…
Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 7 - Dementor Harry Potter Magical Creatures No. 7 - Dementor
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Dementors: one of the most terrifying creatures in the Wizarding World. These wraith-like creatures feed on human happiness and for many years were the guards of the infamous wizarding prison, Azkaban. This finely decorated, hand-painted statue depicts a Dementor flying in front of a flat Hogwarts castle statue. The elegant display case and background panel of a full moon can be removed, making th…

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According to Newt Scamander’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the Niffler is a rodent-like creature, native to the British Isles. Most notably, they are attracted to anything shiny and collect items in their tummy pouches. This finely detailed, hand-painted Niffler figure is sitting next to a small handbag overflowing with gold coins, in front of an image of New York, and makes an exquisi…
According to Newt Scamander’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the Bowtruckle is a European creature that is mostly peaceful but will aggressively fight back if you threaten its home tree. They can also be very difficult to spot in their natural habitat because they look like thin twigs and leaves! This finely detailed, hand-painted Bowtruckle figure is creeping across a leafy base, defian…
The most beloved character from the Harry Potter series is surely Hedwig, Harry’s loyal owl companion. An 11th birthday present from Hagrid, Hedwig was not only Harry’s friend but also delivered important messages and frequently hooted her displeasure – or nipped him – when she disapproved of his behaviour. This finely decorated, hand-painted Hedwig statue depicts the beautiful owl stood on a pile…
Money makes the world go round, and in the Wizarding World, that money is safely stored at Gringotts. Britain’s only wizard bank was founded by goblins and is still run exclusively by these magical beings who are highly skilled in handling money and finances. This finely decorated, hand-painted statue depicts a Goblin bank clerk sitting at a desk, surrounded by money bags and peering suspiciously…
Crookshanks is a half-kneazle orange cat with a distinctive squashed face and is the beloved pet of Hermione Granger. This mini sculpture comes with a hidden Scabbers. Weight 0.54 kg Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic case
The mountain troll that roamed the dungeons and corridors of Hogwarts School, and was later apprehended in a girls’ bathroom, is presented as part of our Magical Creatures series. Weight 0.54 kg Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic case
A three-headed dog won by Rubeus Hagrid from a shadowy stranger, Fluffy was used to help guard the Philosopher’s Stone and is presented as part of our Magical Creatures range. Weight 0.54 kg Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic case
This diorama features Ron’s dishevelled pet rat Scabbers, always distrusted by Crookshanks and later revealed to be Animagus Peter Pettigrew. Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic case
Cornish Pixies are tiny blue creatures that are notoriously mischievous, helped by their ability to fly. Their disruptive tendencies were graphically illustrated when Gilderoy Lockhart opened a cage of them in a Defence Against the Dark Arts lesson. This diorama is hand-painted and can be removed from the case. Weight 0.54 kg Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic…
This hand-painted sculpture is of one of Hagrid’s many questionable pets, Aragog the Acromantula, who lived deep in the Forbidden Forest. Weight 0.54 kg Length 18.5 cm Width 10.5 cm Depth 10.5 cm Material PBS plastic, acrylic case
Dobby – the shortest character who made the biggest impact on Harry Potter’s life. This noble House Elf saved Mr Potter’s life on more than one occasion. Indeed, House Elves are notable for their strong unwavering loyalty to their masters, even when treated cruelly, and Dobby became fiercely loyal to Harry after he tricked Lucius Malfoy into freeing Dobby with a gift of clothes. This finely decora…
The Hungarian Horntail is one of the most vicious and dangerous breeds of dragon in the Wizarding World. Harry Potter discovered this first hand when he had to steal a golden egg from one during the Triwizard Tournament. This finely decorated, hand-painted Hungarian Horntail statue depicts the magical animal rearing up, in front of Harry’s golden egg. The elegant display case and back panel showin…
According to Newt Scamander’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (52nd edition), the Ukrainian Ironbelly is the largest species of dragon in the world. It is presumably for its size and ferocity that Gringotts Bank chose this dragon to guard some of their oldest vaults, including that of Bellatrix Lestrange, before the creature was freed by Harry Potter and friends. This finely decorated, han…
The Hippogriff (half eagle, half horse) is a noble creature, and Buckbeak is no different. This Hippogriff lived with Hagrid in the grounds of Hogwarts until he was unfairly sentenced to death – to be fair, if Draco Malfoy insulted you, you’d attack him too. Luckily, Harry Potter and Hermione Granger saved Buckbeak from the executioner and helped him escape Hogwarts with Sirius Black. This finely…
Dementors: one of the most terrifying creatures in the Wizarding World. These wraith-like creatures feed on human happiness and for many years were the guards of the infamous wizarding prison, Azkaban. This finely decorated, hand-painted statue depicts a Dementor flying in front of a flat Hogwarts castle statue. The elegant display case and background panel of a full moon can be removed, making th…