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Hedwig (Harry Potter)

A beautiful creature

As in the books, Hedwig is a snowy owl. She has white plumage with a few black lines on her wings and her feet are covered with down to be better adapted to the snow. It is represented standing, wings folded and head slightly turned for a more lively effect. The shorter feathers of her head are nicely represented with her small black beak partly covered.


A faithful companion to the end

Hedwig is Harry Potter’s pet in the novels and movies of the same name. Harry Potter is a young English boy who discovers on his eleventh birthday that he is a wizard. Hagrid, the guardian of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, will take him there and teach him everything he needs to know about the wizarding world. While Harry is shopping for supplies for the beginning of the year, Hagrid will surprise him with an owl. Harry will name her Hedwig and she will be his faithful companion during all these years at school. In the wizarding world, owls are the main messengers but they can also be pets. The latter will die tragically during the last book/film while trying to protect Harry from an attack of Voldemort.


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