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Grain Harry Potter Grim Teacup

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This vintage teacup features a hand applied Grim design from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban on the interior and a grain stalk design on the exterior.

The interior glaze is non-toxic and has been oven fired to cure.

I can imagine the Weasley family using this teacup on Christmas morning, especially the Christmas just after Harry saved Arthur Weasley from Voldemort's pet snake Nagini.

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Featuring The Grim that was said to be in Harry's teacups during divination, now you too can own your own Grim teacup!

"The giant, spectral dog that haunts churchyards! My dear boy, it is an omen—the worst omen—of death!"
—Sybill Trelawney discussing the Grim with Harry Potter.

The term 'Grim' was only first mentioned to Harry by Professor Trelawney during a Divination lesson studying the art of Tessomancy. When the tea leaves revealed the Grim, a horrified Professor Trelawney informed Harry, that the Grim is the possible omen of death. Harry's stomach "lurched" upon remembering he had witnessed the dog at Magnolia Crescent.

The 'Grim' Harry witnessed on multiple occasions was revealed to be Sirius Black in his Animagus form, who had recently escaped from Azkaban Prison. Therefore, Harry actually never witnessed the Grim, only believing he had done so. Although he was prophesised the Grim by Trelawney, like many of her other prophecies, it did not come true.

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"There you are then. They see the Grim and die of fright. The Grim's not an omen, it's the cause of death!"
—Hermione Granger arguing with Ronald Weasley.

Hermione Granger highly doubted the Grim's status as an omen of death, thinking that if the Grim even existed, it was most likely the cause of death rather than an omen, as people who ever saw it would die of fear; she took Ron's claim that his Uncle Bilius died twenty-four hours after seeing a Grim as proof to her belief. She also grew so tired of Professor Trelawney's continuous predictions regarding the Grim, such that when she claimed to see it in a crystal ball, she stalked out of class and never returned.

Also, the assistant in Flourish and Blotts may have expressed a degree of scepticism, as he discouraged Harry from buying Death Omens: What to Do When You Know the Worst is Coming, saying "Oh, I wouldn't read that if I were you. You'll start seeing death omens everywhere, it's enough to frighten anyone to death".

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Grain Harry Potter Grim Teacup

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cup, glaze, plate
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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