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'''Arturo Cephalopos''' was a [[wandmaker]] in the [[19th century]]. During this period, [[silver lime]] was fashionable as a [[wand wood]], and he claimed that its alleged association with [[divination]] powers was "a falsehood circulated by merchants like [[Gerbold Ollivander]], who have overstocked their workshops with [it] and hope to shift their surplus." However, according to Gerbold's grandson [[Garrick Ollivander]], Cephalopos was a "slipshod wandmaker" and "an ignoramus," who, to no one's surprise, went out of business.<ref name="wands" /><ref name="wands">Pottermore wand wood information (transcription available [http://lady-slytherin-forever.tumblr.com/post/8977740275/wand-woods-off-of-pottermore here])</ref>
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'''Arturo Cephalopos''' was a [[wandmaker]] in the [[19th century]]. During this period, [[silver lime]] was fashionable as a [[wand wood]], and he claimed that its alleged association with [[divination]] powers was "a falsehood circulated by merchants like [[Gerbold Ollivander]], who have overstocked their workshops with it and hope to shift their surplus." However, according to Gerbold's grandson [[Garrick Ollivander]], Cephalopos was a "slipshod wandmaker" and "an ignoramus," who, to no one's surprise, went out of business.<ref name="wands" /><ref name="wands">Pottermore wand wood information (transcription available [http://lady-slytherin-forever.tumblr.com/post/8977740275/wand-woods-off-of-pottermore here])</ref>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 16:44, January 6, 2013

Arturo Cephalopos
Physical information
Species

Human

Gender

Male

Affiliation
Occupation

Wandmaker

Arturo Cephalopos was a wandmaker in the 19th century. During this period, silver lime was fashionable as a wand wood, and he claimed that its alleged association with divination powers was "a falsehood circulated by merchants like Gerbold Ollivander, who have overstocked their workshops with it and hope to shift their surplus." However, according to Gerbold's grandson Garrick Ollivander, Cephalopos was a "slipshod wandmaker" and "an ignoramus," who, to no one's surprise, went out of business.[1][1]

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 Pottermore wand wood information (transcription available here)

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