The Harry Potter Marauder's Map dinner set was sold out everywhere, but we found it on Amazon for just $30
Accio dining set!
Any fan of the Harry Potter series knows just how important the Marauder’s Map is. First appearing in The Prisoner of Azkaban, it was created by Harry’s father James Potter and his pals to spot anyone they wanted to see on the Hogwarts grounds. With the map, Harry was able to realize that the previously-dead Peter Pettigrew was, in fact, alive, and like other iconic items from the Harry Potter universe, the Marauder’s Map has since been transformed into related merchandise.
One piece we’ve been particularly excited about is this gold-lined porcelain dining set of Marauder’s Map-themed dinner plates, salad plates, bowls, and mugs. The 16-piece set was previously sold out everywhere, but we found the four-piece option still available on Amazon—and you can get it for just $30, which is nothing short of magical.
Adorned with the classic writing on the Marauder’s Map, this Harry Potter dining set is a must-have for fans of J.K. Rowling’s legendary series. The large dinner plate includes the words, “Messrs Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, & Prongs are proud to present,” along with different spells and curses on its rim. Meanwhile, the smaller salad plate, mug, and bowl are decorated with the classic drawing of Hogwarts that was on the first page of the map in the movie.
To buy: $30; amazon.com
It’s one of the most beautiful tie-in products of the Harry Potter world that we’ve seen yet, and at only $30, it’s almost impossible to say no to it. And with news of the largest Harry Potter store ever coming to New York City this summer, there’s no better time than now to collect some impressive Harry Potter dining decor — before all the Muggles do.
Buy It! $30; amazon.com
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This article originally appeared on MyRecipes.