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}}{{Quote|Before [[Harry Potter|Harry]] could make any further protest, [[Albus Dumbledore|Dumbledore]] lowered the crystal goblet into the potion. For a split second Harry hoped that he would not be able to touch the potion with the goblet, but the crystal sank into the surface as nothing else had; when the glass was full to the brim, Dumbledore lifted it to his mouth.|Dumbledore about to drink the [[Drink of Despair]] with the crystal goblet|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}The '''crystal goblet''' was the tool used by [[Albus Dumbledore]] and [[Harry Potter]] inside the [[Horcrux cave|seaside cave]] to drain the basin on the [[Horcrux cave island|island in the middle of the lake]] where the [[Horcrux]] [[Regulus Black's locket|locket]] was hidden. Dumbledore [[Conjuration|conjured]] the goblet out of thin air using a [[Nonverbal spell|non-verbal spell]], and instructed Harry to make him drink all of the [[Drink of Despair|potion]] no matter what happened, even if Harry had to force Dumbledore to keep drinking.
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}}{{Quote|Before [[Harry Potter|Harry]] could make any further protest, [[Albus Dumbledore|Dumbledore]] lowered the crystal goblet into the potion. For a split second Harry hoped that he would not be able to touch the potion with the goblet, but the crystal sank into the surface as nothing else had; when the glass was full to the brim, Dumbledore lifted it to his mouth.|Dumbledore about to drink the [[Drink of Despair]] with the crystal goblet|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}The '''crystal goblet''' was the tool used by [[Albus Dumbledore]] and [[Harry Potter]] inside the [[Horcrux cave|seaside cave]] to drain the basin on the [[Horcrux cave island|island in the middle of the lake]] where the [[Horcrux]] [[Regulus Black's locket|locket]] was hidden. Dumbledore [[Conjuration|conjured]] the [[goblet]] out of thin air using a [[Nonverbal spell|non-verbal spell]], and instructed Harry to make him drink all of the [[Drink of Despair|potion]] no matter what happened, even if Harry had to force Dumbledore to keep drinking.
   
 
{{Quote|Your good health, Harry|Dumbledore to Harry before he drinks from the goblet|Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince}}
 
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When the basin was finally emptied, Dumbledore weakly asked for water. Harry used the [[Aguamenti Charm]] to refill the basin with drinking water, but when he attempted to fill the goblet, the water disappeared. Harry then tried to fill the goblet directly with ''Aguamenti'', but again the water disappeared before Dumbledore could drink it. Harry then used the crystal goblet to get water from the lake surrounding the island, causing the [[Inferius|Inferi]] within the lake to rise up and attack.
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When the basin was finally emptied, Dumbledore weakly asked for [[water]]. Harry used the [[Aguamenti Charm]] to refill the basin with drinking water, but when he attempted to fill the goblet, the water disappeared. Harry then tried to fill the goblet directly with ''Aguamenti'', but again the water disappeared before Dumbledore could drink it. Harry then used the crystal goblet to get water from the lake surrounding the island, causing the [[Inferius|Inferi]] within the lake to rise up and attack.
   
 
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* In the [[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'', the crystal goblet was already present near the [[Horcrux]] basin, rather than [[Conjuration|conjured]] out of thin air by Dumbledore, as in the novel. It also appears to be made out of some kind of seashell. Also, instead of the water vanishing before it could reach Dumbledore, in the film, when Harry tried to scoop the water with the goblet, the water simply phased through, rather than remain in the vessel.
 
* In the [[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film)|film adaptation]] of ''[[Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince]]'', the crystal goblet was already present near the [[Horcrux]] basin, rather than [[Conjuration|conjured]] out of thin air by Dumbledore, as in the novel. It also appears to be made out of some kind of seashell. Also, instead of the water vanishing before it could reach Dumbledore, in the film, when Harry tried to scoop the water with the goblet, the water simply phased through, rather than remain in the vessel.
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* The [[Noble Collection]] sells a replica of the crystal goblet. 
   
 
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The Crystal Goblet
Crystal goblet
Object information
Made

Unknown

Usage

Drinking tool

Owners

Albus Dumbledore

"Before Harry could make any further protest, Dumbledore lowered the crystal goblet into the potion. For a split second Harry hoped that he would not be able to touch the potion with the goblet, but the crystal sank into the surface as nothing else had; when the glass was full to the brim, Dumbledore lifted it to his mouth."
—Dumbledore about to drink the Drink of Despair with the crystal goblet[src]
The crystal goblet was the tool used by Albus Dumbledore and Harry Potter inside the seaside cave to drain the basin on the island in the middle of the lake where the Horcrux locket was hidden. Dumbledore conjured the goblet out of thin air using a non-verbal spell, and instructed Harry to make him drink all of the potion no matter what happened, even if Harry had to force Dumbledore to keep drinking.
"Your good health, Harry"
—Dumbledore to Harry before he drinks from the goblet[src]

When the basin was finally emptied, Dumbledore weakly asked for water. Harry used the Aguamenti Charm to refill the basin with drinking water, but when he attempted to fill the goblet, the water disappeared. Harry then tried to fill the goblet directly with Aguamenti, but again the water disappeared before Dumbledore could drink it. Harry then used the crystal goblet to get water from the lake surrounding the island, causing the Inferi within the lake to rise up and attack.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • In the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the crystal goblet was already present near the Horcrux basin, rather than conjured out of thin air by Dumbledore, as in the novel. It also appears to be made out of some kind of seashell. Also, instead of the water vanishing before it could reach Dumbledore, in the film, when Harry tried to scoop the water with the goblet, the water simply phased through, rather than remain in the vessel.
  • The Noble Collection sells a replica of the crystal goblet. 

AppearancesEdit

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