Wolfsbane Potion, Color Changing Potion Bottle
This potion is a rather recent discovery and quite necessary for a werewolf to keep his mind during transition. As you may know, it's extremely difficult to brew with few witches and wizards up to the task.
-Heavy globe shaped glass bottle filled with a rich periwinkle blue potion that changes to a swirling, metallic lavender with gold highlights when shaken. Potion settles back to periwinkle after about 20 minutes of setting. Sphere bottles produce beautiful swirls and are one the most fun to play with!
-Hand aged label is of my design, printed on recycled paper and affixed and sealed with water resistant mod podge for durability.
-Label reads: Grim Sweetness Apothecary
Caution: contains wolfsbane, also known as aconite, monkshood and devil’s helmet
Aids lycanthropy and reduces the effect of the full moon on werewolves.
-Aged cork sealed with waterproof glue.
-Neck wrapped in aged blue jute with an opalite disc bead and antique silver tone metal wolf charm.
-Finished with marbled blue, purple and white faux wax.
-4 1/2" (11 1/2cm) tall.
Decoration only. Not actual wolfsbane, potion is non-toxic but not intended for consumption.
These bottles are intended to look old and worn. I hand age the labels, so they are faded and stained. Some are more stained and older looking than others, I enjoy the authentic, magical look!
*Please note that you are buying a piece of art and not a product. You are paying for my time and artistry, as well as the supplies it takes to create these potions, not official merchandise. Any use of material protected by law, such as "Harry Potter”, “Hogwarts”, etc., is for descriptive purposes only. I have not received any endorsement from and are not affiliated with or licensed by any holder of intellectual property or common law rights related to the Harry Potter series of books, films, and merchandise, any of their subsidiaries or licensees.
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