The storewindow features a Self-Stirring Cauldron.
Behind the scenes
- In Welsh medieval legend, Ceridwen was an enchantress (or goddess, depending on the version of the tale), who had an hideously ugly son, whom she sought to make wise in compensation. She made a potion in her magical cauldron to grant him the gift of wisdom and poetic inspiration: the first three drops of liquid from this potion gave wisdom; the rest was a fatal poison.
- A Ceridwen's Cauldrons storefront was added to Hogsmeade at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, as a result of the Diagon Alley expansion. That storefront used to house Potage's Cauldron Shop, which was moved to its proper location, Diagon Alley.
- The Wizarding World of Harry Potter (First appearance)
Notes and references
Baby Witch · Brews and Stews Café · Ceridwen's Cauldrons · Dervish and Banges · Dogweed and Deathcap · Dominic Maestro's · Hog's Head Inn · Honeydukes · J. Pippin's Potions · Madam Puddifoot's Tea Shop · The Magic Neep · McBloom & McMuck · McHavelock's Wizarding Headgear · Ollivanders · Pedrus Pridgeon · Rosa Lee Teabag · Scribbulus Writing Implements · Scrivenshaft's Quill Shop · Spintwitches · Three Broomsticks Inn · Tomes and Scrolls · Zonko's Joke Shop
Madam Rosmerta · Aberforth Dumbledore · Madam Puddifoot · Ambrosius Flume · Ambrosius Flume's wife · Dominic Maestro · Unidentified Ollivander's associate · Employee of the Owl Post Office · Archibald Bennett · Three Broomsticks waiter · Horace · J. Pippin · McHavelock · Scrivenshaft · Vladimir Plot · Zonko · Gwendoline Babcocke · Gwendoline Babcocke's mother