Wands sold at a department store (such as Grundy's) are considered "cheap" and inferior to wands sold by independent wandmakers. According to Darla Dearborn, one would "have to be pretty poor to want a department store wand," or have "so little magical talent that it [wouldn't] matter."

The unadorned wand belonging to Livia Pruett reminded Alexandra Quick "of the cheap wands sold at Grundy's."


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