Harry Potter Great Hall Table Settings

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jndemar

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Hi guys,

For a while now I have been trying to gather all the table settings from the Hogwarts great hall to eventually host one awesome Harry Potter dinner party! So far I have been able to find silverware similar to that of the film (looks exactly the same just not gold plated on the ends). Was wondering if any of you have any information about these props, what companies made them for the films, where to buy similar items?!

  • Hogs Head Pitcher - Can be found at Universal Studios Harry Potter World
  • Brushed Gold salt and pepper shakers- still looking for a good look alike
  • Wizards Goblets - MATCH pewter originally created these goblets for the movies and for a while sold the exact goblet. They now sell an all silver wizards goblet which looks exactly like the one in the film minus the gold plating at the top half.
  • Charger or plate - Cant decide if these are chargers of plates. Figured they were also made by MATCH pewter but have not found it on their website. Have also been unable to find anything that looks close enough.
  • Silverware - Found similar. If you go on eBay and search 3 tine Stainless & Black curled handle Silverware Flatware set. Not gold tipped but as close as I could find.
Let me know if anyone else has had any luck finding these items or has heard of any other table settings that I missed mentioning. Also looking for water goblets similar to the ones that the teachers use at the head table. Glass and gold rimmed. Ill upload a picture of that once I find a good one!

Thanks,
Julie
 

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jndemar

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If I bought the regular pewter goblets where/who would I go to get the top half plated? Is that even possible to do?
 

Nakanokalronin

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Google image "Treble Clef silverware" and you'll see some similar sets, but they have 3 prong forks. Then there's a picture a few rows down that looks to be all gold, but no black handles.
 

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jndemar

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Thank you! These must be the ones I own, bought them off craigslist a couple months back. Im not too picky about the tips being gold.
 

Nowonder

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Hi guys,

For a while now I have been trying to gather all the table settings from the Hogwarts great hall to eventually host one awesome Harry Potter dinner party! So far I have been able to find silverware similar to that of the film (looks exactly the same just not gold plated on the ends). Was wondering if any of you have any information about these props, what companies made them for the films, where to buy similar items?!

  • Hogs Head Pitcher - Can be found at Universal Studios Harry Potter World
  • Brushed Gold salt and pepper shakers- still looking for a good look alike
  • Wizards Goblets - MATCH pewter originally created these goblets for the movies and for a while sold the exact goblet. They now sell an all silver wizards goblet which looks exactly like the one in the film minus the gold plating at the top half.
  • Charger or plate - Cant decide if these are chargers of plates. Figured they were also made by MATCH pewter but have not found it on their website. Have also been unable to find anything that looks close enough.
  • Silverware - Found similar. If you go on eBay and search 3 tine Stainless & Black curled handle Silverware Flatware set. Not gold tipped but as close as I could find.
Let me know if anyone else has had any luck finding these items or has heard of any other table settings that I missed mentioning. Also looking for water goblets similar to the ones that the teachers use at the head table. Glass and gold rimmed. Ill upload a picture of that once I find a good one!

Thanks,
Julie
Hello, I've just bumped into this thread. I was wondering if you managed to find any information o the plates. Are tou sure they were made by Match too? Still produced/sold anywhere? Do they go under a specific name like the wizard's goblet?
 

jndemar

Member
Was not able to find any further information about the plates as of yet. I did stumble upon another discovery though. The goblet that Professor McGonagall uses in her transfiguration class (the goblet on the pedestal) can be found on eBay if you search "Interglass Italy "Wine" 6-pc Luxury Crystal Glasses, Vintage Design, 24K Gold".
 

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jndemar

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Also found out that MATCH pewter will still sell you the wizards goblet with the silver body and gold rim (if you email them directly) but you can only order them from their shop in Italy and they will not ship internationally. Being roughly 145 euros a piece I couldn't justify paying a shipping service as well that reroutes the goblets to the U.S. :(
 

Nowonder

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Also found out that MATCH pewter will still sell you the wizards goblet with the silver body and gold rim (if you email them directly) but you can only order them from their shop in Italy and they will not ship internationally. Being roughly 145 euros a piece I couldn't justify paying a shipping service as well that reroutes the goblets to the U.S. :(
Wow, I'm actually italian, I'll see what I can do with Match.
 

chrisnupp

Member
If I bought the regular pewter goblets where/who would I go to get the top half plated? Is that even possible to do?
I'm sure you could gold leaf them yourself. I'm not sure if pewter can be brassed since it's a low melting point metal. I'd look into gold leafing, it's a simple process of adhesive, and laying gold leaf and buffing.
 

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jndemar

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I'm sure you could gold leaf them yourself. I'm not sure if pewter can be brassed since it's a low melting point metal. I'd look into gold leafing, it's a simple process of adhesive, and laying gold leaf and buffing.
Would it be safe to drink out of after applying the gold leaf with the adhesive?
 

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