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Zoe 09-23-2018 06:00 PM

Potage's Cauldron Shop
 

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As you enter Diagon Alley from the Leaky Cauldron, the first thing you might see is the assortment of cauldrons! Stacked out the front, and decoratively dangling from the small balcony. The large window will let you peek in to find rows and rows of Cauldrons, organised precisely by style, and size. Along with the stacked cauldrons out the front is a welcoming sign that reads "Potage's Cauldron Shop - All Sizes - Brass, Cooper, Silver, Pewter, Self Stirring, and Collapsible."

Walking into the shop you will find rows and rows of cauldrons, anything you could need or want is there. Organized by size and style. The more expensive cauldrons will be found on the top shelves and the bigger cauldrons are always found in the back. Don't try to climb up the shelves to reach a silver cauldron though! The shopkeeper is there to help retrieve anything hard-to-reach. During summer months, as Diagon Alley prepares for all new and returning Hogwarts students, the shopkeeper makes it easy by having a school display right up front with the appropriate Hogwarts-approved cauldrons.

The shopkeeper also has a knack with cauldron repairs, should you have a crack, a hole, or any other damage. Still can't find what you are looking for? No problem, the shopkeeper is always ready to help out. Just head to the counter! If you don't see the anyone, just ding the small bell and it will ring to let them know someone is in need of assistance.

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Pewter
The ideal starter cauldron, used by first-year students at Hogwarts, and brews at a slow speed. It's perfect for brewing a wide range of potions and carrying books to class.
  • Size 2 - 15 galleons
  • Size 3 - 30 galleons
  • Size 4 - 45 galleons
  • Size 5 - 60 galleons
Repairs
  • Small imperfections - 3 galleons
  • Holes or Cracks - 5 galleons
  • Smashed - 6 galleons

Brass
Whatever you're brewing, from the Draught of Living Death to the Forgetfulness Potion, this cauldron is ideal for witches and wizards of all abilities, and brews at a medium speed.
  • Size 2 - 21 galleons
  • Size 3 - 42 galleons
  • Size 4 - 63 galleons
  • Size 5 - 85 galleons
Repairs
  • Small imperfections - 4 galleons
  • Holes or Cracks - 7 galleons
  • Smashed - 9 galleons

Cooper
You can use all sorts of weird and wonderful ingredients at a fast speed in this cauldron! From silver unicorn horns to minuscule, glittery, black beetle eyes.
  • Size 2 - 25 galleons
  • Size 3 - 50 galleons
  • Size 4 - 75 galleons
  • Size 5 - 100 galleons
Repairs
  • Small imperfections - 5 galleons
  • Holes or Cracks - 8 galleons
  • Smashed - 10 galleons

Silver
For only the advanced Potion makers, Cauldrons made of this precious, soft, lustrous metal will help you brew potions such as The Grand Wiggenweld Potion, and brews very fast.
  • Size 2 - 70 galleons
  • Size 3 - 140 galleons
  • Size 4 - 210 galleons
  • Size 5 - 280 galleons
Repairs
  • Small imperfections - 14 galleons
  • Holes or Cracks - 23 galleons
  • Smashed - 30 galleons

Gold
The most precious of all metals used by Potage's Cauldron Shop, and are only made to order upon full payment. A Gold cauldron will brew a far superior potion, at varied speeds - self-regulating for each potion being brewed.
  • Size 2 - 2,870 galleons
  • Size 3 - 5,740 galleons
  • Size 4 - 8,610 galleons
  • Size 5 - 11,480 galleons
Repairs
  • Small imperfections - 574 galleons
  • Holes or Cracks - 956 galleons
  • Smashed - 1,230 galleons

Self-Stirring
Perfect for those with arthritic wrists, or who merely have no time to stand and stir your concoctions. Invented by Gaspard Shingleton, this cauldron is a medium speed brewer.
  • Size 2 - 20 galleons
  • Size 3 - 40 galleons
  • Size 4 - 60 galleons
  • Size 5 - 80 galleons
Repairs
  • Small imperfections - 4 galleons
  • Holes or Cracks - 6 galleons
  • Smashed - 8 galleons

Collapsable
For those potioneers out there who are short of space, or wish to travel with your Potions kit, this one is perfect for you! Brewing at a slow-medium speed.
  • Size 2 - 30 galleons
  • Size 3 - 60 galleons
  • Size 4 - 90 galleons
  • Size 5 - 120 galleons
Repairs
  • Small imperfections - 6 galleons
  • Holes or Cracks - 10 galleons
  • Smashed - 12 galleons


This shop is NOT STAFFED and has a NPC shopkeeper.

DuckyLinJi 12-16-2018 12:37 PM

Open post~
 
He didn’t want to but he had to get a new and proper cauldron. His previous one was causing too much trouble and he was certain that the numerous potions that had been brewed in it had made it beyond even magical repair. So after a short discussion with his father, he had agreed to give him a little bit of extra money from their savings to buy a new cauldron.

Having promised his father he would buy the cheapest one, Dorian walked to the pewter cauldrons and checked them out. But it didn’t feel right… Pewter cauldrons were mostly used by first years and was very slow. He was going to start his fifth year and had to be able to keep up with the speed of the others. ”Sorry dad” he whispered as he turned around to see if he could find a brass cauldron. He would buy the cheapest out of those.

Zannash 12-19-2018 12:11 PM

Mary Muldoon was quite excited to get on with normal school shopping, now that she had money and a wand. She walked around, examining cauldrons before picking up a size 2 pewter one. She walked up to the counter and bought the cauldron with little trouble. It has been very unlike her social situation at the bin.

Malachi 12-31-2018 04:42 AM

Malachi walks into the cauldron shop and looks around in honest excitement. Malachi has a feeling that potions is going to be one of his favorite classes. Malachi walks around before picking the pewter size 2 cauldron and checks out, wanting to go to the apothecary.

SneakySeverusSnape 04-20-2019 03:32 AM

Analiese Allanach-Senchuri strode into Potage's and signed in relief as she saw that the cauldron were relatively light. She should've thought better, after all, this was magic. She looked for a pewter cauldron that was size 2. That took quite a short time. Or was it just that she wasn't speaking to anyone that made it seem shorter? Anyway, Analiese made her way to the counter and purchased the cauldron. Hmm. She could put her other shopping in the cauldron. That would save a lot of space.

Lissy Longbottom 08-13-2019 06:38 PM

New school meant new cauldron. Mainly because his old one was on its last leg - quite literally, the legs of the cauldron had broken off in transit from Egypt and now he needed another one. Turns out when you try and save money by using your parent's old cauldrons, you didn't exactly get much use out of them before they literally crumbled apart. He hadn't thought to ask them if they used THEIR parents cauldrons in school, but seeing as how the metal had literally broken he assumed they had been in the family for quite some time.

Ah well, it was all part of his ~fresh start~ thing right?

He was slooooowly getting the hang of this Diagon Alley place as well. Very slowly but surely. He had gotten his wand after putting it off for a VERY long time, and now he was starting to remember where the shops were. It was much easier to shop when Tari wasn't around either. Babysitting was not his forte.

Approaching the cauldron store, he peered in to the window, squinting to see if the cauldron he had set his eye on was currently on display or not.

nicole black 08-15-2019 02:57 AM

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Originally Posted by Lissy Longbottom (Post 12424007)
New school meant new cauldron. Mainly because his old one was on its last leg - quite literally, the legs of the cauldron had broken off in transit from Egypt and now he needed another one. Turns out when you try and save money by using your parent's old cauldrons, you didn't exactly get much use out of them before they literally crumbled apart. He hadn't thought to ask them if they used THEIR parents cauldrons in school, but seeing as how the metal had literally broken he assumed they had been in the family for quite some time.

Ah well, it was all part of his ~fresh start~ thing right?

He was slooooowly getting the hang of this Diagon Alley place as well. Very slowly but surely. He had gotten his wand after putting it off for a VERY long time, and now he was starting to remember where the shops were. It was much easier to shop when Tari wasn't around either. Babysitting was not his forte.

Approaching the cauldron store, he peered in to the window, squinting to see if the cauldron he had set his eye on was currently on display or not.

Evan was ecstatic to be back alone in Diagon Alley, she'd been here just a few weeks ago with her mother and her mother's traitor of a girlfriend and that had been something like torture even before she'd seen Kieran's judgey-as-heck face. So, yeah- back to the ecstatic bit, Evan was all smiles as she walked into a shop she'd never had need of before- A shop of nothing but cauldrons?? the idea was so stupid to the Ravenclaw that she had to explore.

Would there be just one of each kind in here? One iron, one copper, one gold, one pewter, all along the wall or would the cauldrons be so big in number they'd be falling off the shelves? The mind reeled.

With her dark hands tucked into the pockets of her blue jean shorts the American witch stepped past the doorway and into the shop- so eager was Evan, she didn't bother watching out for a familiar figure directly before her- and that was how Evan Eastwood nearly ran over Jabari Rahal.

Lissy Longbottom 08-16-2019 11:06 PM

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Originally Posted by nicole black (Post 12424280)
Evan was ecstatic to be back alone in Diagon Alley, she'd been here just a few weeks ago with her mother and her mother's traitor of a girlfriend and that had been something like torture even before she'd seen Kieran's judgey-as-heck face. So, yeah- back to the ecstatic bit, Evan was all smiles as she walked into a shop she'd never had need of before- A shop of nothing but cauldrons?? the idea was so stupid to the Ravenclaw that she had to explore.

Would there be just one of each kind in here? One iron, one copper, one gold, one pewter, all along the wall or would the cauldrons be so big in number they'd be falling off the shelves? The mind reeled.

With her dark hands tucked into the pockets of her blue jean shorts the American witch stepped past the doorway and into the shop- so eager was Evan, she didn't bother watching out for a familiar figure directly before her- and that was how Evan Eastwood nearly ran over Jabari Rahal.

Unfortunately, Jay had JUST picked up a rather sturdy looking copper cauldron when someone walked in to him. Obviously, he hadn't been expecting that, so he dropped the cauldron with a LOUD BANG on the floor as he steadied himself. He blinked, certain that he was probably going deaf now thanks to that loud clanging - and they were probably going to attract every person in the alley to their spot to see what had happened.

Swearing to himself under his breath as the ringing started to subside in his head, he turned to the girl who had run in to him and raised an eyebrow. "You ok?"

PhoenixRising 08-21-2019 01:19 AM

Laila.
 
Moira was lost. She must have been to Diagon Alley a dozen times before with her older cousins, but going here now that she was ELEVEN and headed off to Hogwarts Beauxbatons, the blond was at a loss. She knew one of the first things she should purchase should be her wand, which she also knew meant to go to Ollivander's. But where WAS Ollivander's?? Why wasn't there a directory that listed the exact layout of all the stores? Even though she was tall for her age, there were still way too many people in here and she'd lost track of her father.

Must. Not. Cry.

Pushing her way in through the closest shop, she had a seat down by the window. At least it wasn't too crowded in here. Chance to catch her breath. Or something. Maybe look for a familiar face. Maybe a helping hand to point her where in Merlin's forsaken name was the Wand Shop?

Magical Soul 08-25-2019 08:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PhoenixRising (Post 12425176)
Moira was lost. She must have been to Diagon Alley a dozen times before with her older cousins, but going here now that she was ELEVEN and headed off to Hogwarts Beauxbatons, the blond was at a loss. She knew one of the first things she should purchase should be her wand, which she also knew meant to go to Ollivander's. But where WAS Ollivander's?? Why wasn't there a directory that listed the exact layout of all the stores? Even though she was tall for her age, there were still way too many people in here and she'd lost track of her father.

Must. Not. Cry.

Pushing her way in through the closest shop, she had a seat down by the window. At least it wasn't too crowded in here. Chance to catch her breath. Or something. Maybe look for a familiar face. Maybe a helping hand to point her where in Merlin's forsaken name was the Wand Shop?

Ilya, on the other hand, knew this place inside out. His grandma and ma brought him here when they had to stock up their shop, and he remembered Diagon Alley as much as Hexagonalley (where he lived) so, yeah. He knew it all. He was an expert. Which was why his mother left him trusted him to shop for potions on his own while she guarded the door outside.

Ilya RAN into the shop, coming to a halt just before he rammed someone in the back. "Whoaaa!!" He laughed, rosy cheeks and an ice cream cone dripping in his hand. He licked the bit of ice cream melting down his hand as he strolled around the store.

Someone was sitting at the window. Why would someone take a seat in a cauldron shop? He approached the girl curiously. "Hi. Why are you sitting here?" Did she need help carrying the cauldrons?? He was strong. He could carry it for her!

PhoenixRising 08-27-2019 11:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Magical Soul (Post 12425552)
Ilya, on the other hand, knew this place inside out. His grandma and ma brought him here when they had to stock up their shop, and he remembered Diagon Alley as much as Hexagonalley (where he lived) so, yeah. He knew it all. He was an expert. Which was why his mother left him trusted him to shop for potions on his own while she guarded the door outside.

Ilya RAN into the shop, coming to a halt just before he rammed someone in the back. "Whoaaa!!" He laughed, rosy cheeks and an ice cream cone dripping in his hand. He licked the bit of ice cream melting down his hand as he strolled around the store.

Someone was sitting at the window. Why would someone take a seat in a cauldron shop? He approached the girl curiously. "Hi. Why are you sitting here?" Did she need help carrying the cauldrons?? He was strong. He could carry it for her!

She heard the door open, and Moira turned to look from her seated position. Moving slightly off to the side as he halted just before colliding into her. "You shouldn't run into shops." She told the boy, who looked about her age, very diplomatically. Weird, she could almost hear her mother's tone in that. Nevermind that she shouldn't have been sitting right at the front of the store, but it wasn't like she was in the doorway.

"I ... don't..." Mimi started to say quietly, but then, no, she didn't want to admit her faults of being lost to a complete stranger. "I.. What kind of ice cream?" She said, noting the creamy substance dripping from his hand. Change the topic from herself.


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