The Hermione Granger Art Scale Statue is limited edition polystone and hand-painted.
Somewhere in Scotland is Hogwarts, a school for young people with special and mystical skills. Hogwarts is divided into four houses, similar to fraternities, where each student is guided by a magic hat that selects them according to their virtues and characteristics and chooses which house the student belongs to. Wearing their first school uniform, consisting of a plain white shirt, red tie, grey sweater and pants, black shoes, and a plain black fabric cape, with the coat of arms on their chest on the left side, Iron Studios presents the young Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley as in their first appearance in theaters, in the movie Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone of 2001.
Faithful to the features of actor Daniel Radcliffe, as a boy, the Harry Potter Art Scale 1:10 Statue - Harry Potter - Iron Studios presents him holding his magic wand on a base with the floor of the halls of Hogwarts. Hermione, the charismatic little witch, in her impeccable school uniform, is hugging her beloved books close to her body, also with an incredible resemblance to the British actress, as a child, Emma Watson, who immortalized her in cinemas, represented in the Hermione Granger Art Scale 1:10 Statue - Harry Potter - Iron Studios. And with his unforgettable expressive smile, represented by actor Rupert Grint, Ron Weasley is wearing his school uniform inherited from his brother Bill and in his right hand is the old patched magic wand from his brother Charlie. On his left is his box of magic beans and on his right shoulder is Scabbers, his pet rat in the Ron Weasley Art Scale 1:10 Statue - Harry Potter - Iron Studios.
The three statues form a diorama that celebrates the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter's movie debut and they can be displayed both individually and together.
The main protagonists of the seven fantasy novels, written by British author JK Rowling, the saga focuses on the friendships of Harry, Ron, and Hermione Granger, with the director of Hogwarts, Albus Dumbledore, considered the greatest magician, and the conflicts with the wizard of darkness Lord Voldemort, who intends to become immortal, conquer the wizarding world, subdue non-magical people and destroy everyone who opposes him, especially Potter, whom he considers his greatest rival.