Concordia and Plunkett Musical Instruments was a music shop in Carkitt Market, in the wizarding quarter of London. It specialised in bagpipes, harps, lutes and cellos. It was located in the same building as Shutterbutton's Photography Studio and Gladrags Wizardwear.
- Concordia was the Roman goddess of harmony in marriage and society, which was metaphorically represented by musical harmony.
- Plunkett is an Irish surname of Norman origin, perhaps most associated with the title of Baron Plunket (Plunket being a variant spelling of Plunkett).
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