Time-Turner Necklace
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Time-Turner™ Necklace


Product Details

An authentic recreation of Hermione's Time-Turner™ featured in the movie Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™. The Time-Turner is centred with a working miniature hourglass and its inner rings rotate. Plated in 24 karat gold, the centre measures 1 3/8 inches in diameter. The gold plated chain measures 18 inches. Comes complete with a display case.

Product Code: 1243615

Care Instructions

When spinning the inner rotation of the Time-Turner™, make sure that you turn the dials back as many times as you turned them forwards - this is a screw mechanism, so too much in one direction may cause them to come loose.

Delivery Information

Delivery UK Mainland

Standard service: £4.95 Express service: £7.95

Delivery to Channel Islands


Delivery to Europe

Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Sweden : £14.95

Delivery to Australia



When graphic artist Miraphora Mina was briefed on creating the Time-Turner that Hermione Granger uses in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban to follow a seemingly gruelling class schedule, she knew she wanted the piece to be inconspicuous but also have an element that moved in it. In addition to clocks and watches, Mina investigated astrological instruments as a source of inspiration. “I looked at astrolabes and what was nice about them was they were flat instruments, which to me felt discrete,” She recalls. The Time-Turner couldn’t be that obvious when Hermione was wearing it until she showed it to Harry. “But when she uses it, it comes alive, it becomes 3-D because it’s really a ring within a ring that opens up to allow part of it to spin.” Mina also needed to take into account the way the Time-Turner’s chain was used. “the script described an action where Hermione extends the chain to circle her and Harry,” Mina continues, “so it was created with a double catch that allowed the chain to widen to fit around them both. But normally it wouldn’t hang really long round her neck.” The final touches to the piece of golden jewellery were two mottos about time Mina had engraved upon it. The outside ring reads, “I mark the hours every one, nor have I yet outrun the sun” and, on the inside ring: “My use and value unto you depends on what you have to do.”