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Perfect for any Harry Potter and/or Remus Lupin fan!

Wolfsbane is used to relieve lycanthropy. It was used in Harry Potter especially for Remus Lupin and is described as having a blue color.

Glass vial measurements: 1 1/4" tall and 1/2" wide
Chain: 24 inches

Glass vial: Contains non-moveable resin. This is a long lasting and fade resistant substance.
Chain: Silver plated ball chain with closure.
Label: Label was given a "distressed" look, burned, and then coated with a water-proof seal. After that, they are glued onto the bottle. From the pictures, the label may look like it is peeling off. Rest assured, it is securely stuck onto the bottle, ready for wearing!

Note: As these bottles are made of glass, they will need to be treated with TLC. Please keep away from animals, children, and put it in a safe place to make sure they are less likely to break. ;) Also, even though the glue around the seal is waterproof, please do not wear or submerge near water (ie pool, shower) because it will cause the cork to soften and come loose from the bottle.

Please expect some variation in your item as each listing derives from a stock photo. Really, you're getting a unique one of a kind item!

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SALE Wolfsbane- Harry Potter Inspired Parody Potion Necklace


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: charm, chain, jump ring, lobster clasp
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 485 reviews
  • Favorited by: 33 people