- ""Maple and phoenix feather. Seven inches. Quite whippy. Try —"
Harry tried — but he had hardly raised the wand when it, too, was snatched back by Mr Ollivander."
This wand was made of maple wood with a core made of a phoenix feather, and seven inches in length. It was the second wand used by Harry Potter in Ollivanders, Diagon Alley, London in 1991. Harry was barely able to raise the wand before Ollivander deemed it unfit for him.
Behind the scenes
- At seven inches in length, this wand is the shortest known in the series.