House of Spells is a Fandom themed shop in the UK that provides attraction through its design in the shops and sells licensed products such as Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, Lord of The Rings, Fantastic Beasts, The Hobbit, Vikings, and any many other unbridged collections from Celtic and Gothic selections. Just 2 minutes away from Leicester Square tube station, next to China Town on Shaftesbury avenue lies a shop shrouded in mystery. A unique experience for fans and visitors alike, the House of Spells was opened to the public on the 15th July 2019. The shop is open 7 days a week. They house a wide range of licensed products across two floors. During your time at the House of Spells, you will find yourself among a bunch of passionate staff who are eager to help you with any questions about your visit. They also sell their unique wares online, so those of us Across The Pond can enjoy the fun finds as well.
I love Game Of Thrones, and was excited to get a few items from the series. Son of the Harpy: An underground insurgency group fighting the rule of Daenerys Targaryen, the masked assassins played an important part in the “Dragon Queen’s'” story line during seasons 5 & 6.
Game of Thrones (Stark) Cappuccino Mug - This stand-out grey mug is themed around the mighty Stark house from George R. R. Martins 'Game of Thrones'. Featuring the iconic phrase 'Winter is coming' and the Dire wolf symbol synonymous with the Stark house, this cappuccino mug is a must have for fans of the popular HBO show. This mug comes with a stencil perfect for adding a GoT flair to your morning coffee! These were both super cool items to get for the fan in me. I think for the holidays (and it is never too early to start thinking about that sort of thing), if you have a fan of these sorts of shows and books to buy for, then the House Of Spells is a good bet. They have lots of different items, and lots of different themes to choose from. Your fan will be thrilled this holiday season!
Check it all out at House Of Spells on Facebook, as well as House Of Spells on Twitter, and House Of Spells on Instagram.
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