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Wizarding World of Harry Potter Hagrid and Norberta Statue

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Price: $119.99
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  • What could be better than an incredibly detailed statue of Hagrid?
  • One featuring the half-giant/half-human gamekeeper and Norbert the dragon!
  • Harry Potter fan, you do not want to miss this!
Hey there, Harry Potter fan - what could be better than an incredibly realistically detailed statue of Hagrid? Well, that's exactly what you get when you order this remarkable Wizarding World of Harry Potter Hagrid and Norberta Statue from Enesco. Spotlighting half-giant/half-human gamekeeper Professor Rubeus Hagrid and one of his charges, Norbert the Norwegian Ridgeback dragon, this touching Wizarding World of Harry Potter Hagrid and Norberta Statue is crafted of polyresin and calcium carbonate. Trust us - you do not want to miss this one!
Company: Enesco
Theme: Harry Potter
Product Type: Statues
Character: Rubeus Hagrid
Celebrity: Robbie Coltrane
Age: 15 +
Country of Origin: China
Packaging Height: 14.00
Packaging Width: 9.75
Packaging Length: 9.75
Weight: 4.500

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WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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