Harry Potter carpet Deathly Hallows 80 x 50 cm
Carpets Harry Potter
- High quality carpet
- Officially licensed
- Dimensions: 80 x 50 cm
- Material: 100% polyester
The three Deathly Hallows are powerful magical artifacts that, according to legend, were created by Death.
The resurrection stone is able to bring back the dead. However, they come into this world only as shadows.
The Elder Wand is a powerful wand that cannot be defeated by anyone in battle. However, the Elder Wand has this ability only in the hand of its rightful owner, who must have defeated the previous bearer.
The camouflage cloak is the only one of its kind that never loses invisibility and completely hides the owner from the gaze of others.
Once upon a time, three brothers were wandering along a lonely, winding road at dusk. After some time, the three brothers came to a river so deep that they could not wade through it, and so dangerous that they could not swim to the other bank. But the brothers were skilled in the magical arts and so they simply waved their wands and made a bridge appear over the treacherous water. They had half crossed the bridge when a hooded figure stepped into their path. And death said to them. He was angry because he had been cheated of three new victims, because usually wanderers drowned in the river. But death was cunning. He pretended to congratulate the three brothers on their sorcery, and said that because they were so clever in escaping him, each of them deserved a reward. So then the eldest brother, who was a fighting man, demanded a wand more powerful than any other, a wand that would help its owner win in any duel, a wand worthy of a wizard who had conquered death! So Death went to an Elder tree at the edge of the river, formed a wand from a branch that hung there, and gave it to the eldest brother. Then the second brother, who was a haughty man, decided to humiliate death even more and demanded the power to call others back from death. So Death took a stone from the riverbank and gave it to the second brother, telling him that the stone would have the power to bring back the dead. And then Death asked the third and youngest brother for his wish. The youngest was the most frugal and also the wisest of the brothers, and he did not trust death. So he asked for something that would enable him to go from then on without death pursuing him. And Death, most reluctantly, gave him his own cloak, which made invisible. Now Death stepped aside and allowed the three brothers to continue their journey, and this they did, speaking with amazement of the adventure they had experienced and admiring Death’s gifts. Soon the brothers separated and each went his own way. The first brother had been wandering for over a week when he arrived in a distant village, where he sought out another wizard, with whom he began to quarrel. Of course, with the Elder Wand as his weapon, he could only win in the duel that followed. The eldest left his opponent dead on the ground and went to an inn, where he loudly boasted about the powerful magic wand that he had snatched from death itself and that made him invincible. That very night, another magician crept up to the eldest brother, who was lying on his bed, drunk on wine. The thief took the magic wand and cut the eldest brother’s soul on top of it. And so he made Tod the first brother. Meanwhile, the second brother wandered home, where he lived alone. Here he took out the stone that had the power to call back the dead and turned it three times in his hand. To his amazement and joy, the figure of the girl he had once wanted to marry, before she had died prematurely, immediately appeared before him. But she was sad and cool, as if separated from him by a veil. Although she had returned to the mortal world, she did not belong there and suffered. Finally, the second brother became insane with unfulfillable longing, and he killed himself to be truly with her. And so death wants to make the second brother his own. But although Death searched for the third brother for many years, he could never find him. It was only when the youngest brother reached a ripe old age that he finally took off the cloak that made invisible and gave him his son. And then he welcomed death like an old friend and went joyfully with him, and equal they left life.