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Fleur Delacour's Wand

We know of Fleur Delacour's wand from Ollivander's comments at the Wand-Weighing ceremony at the start of the Tri-Wizard Tournament.  Later, we see her use her wand in domestic chores after she marries Bill Weasley, Ron's brother.  It is unclear whether Fleur's wand was made by Ollivander.  He does not comment to that effect as he does on Viktor Krum's.  Fleur's wand's core is the hair of a Veela - in this case, her grandmother.  This strengthens Fleur's connection with family and particularly strengthens her powers as a Veela.  No doubt she found this useful, because she herself is half Veela on her mother's side, while her father is your ordinary, run-of-the-mill wizard - if there is such a thing.  Fleur's wand also packs a double whammy, because the powers of the Veela to enchant, to lend beauty to their surroundings, and to befuddle the senses with overt sensuality are echoed by the wood of her wand.  Rosewood and Veela hair share virtually identical descriptions, as below.

Rosewood with Veela Hair, 9 ½ inches

Rosewood's energy is primarily feminine, and focused on spiritual, intuitive health and beauty.  It lends a boost to intuitive thought and feeling, and is thus excellent in divination and scrying.  Carried or worn as a charm, this wood will enhance female beauty and feminine grace.  It would be good for love spells as well, but only those conducted with maturity and wisdom, as it thwarts or twists frivolous spells.  Rosewood is a healing wood, especially effective in spiritual healing.  It lends the user an air of grace that opens others to the user’s influence.  Using Rosewood well requires maturity and wisdom, especially in serious matters of the heart.  Rosewood’s elements are Spirit and Fire.  No specific calendar dates are associated with Rosewood.  In Common With: No one.

Veela Hair:  (See Rosewood.)   In Common With: No one.  Both because the Veela hair came from Fleur's own maternal grandmother, and because having any human or human-like hair in one's wand is... risky... for both user and donor, this combination is unique. 

Beware: donating a hair to serve as the core for another's wand makes one vulnerable to having one's energy stolen, sapped, or misused by the other, and grants the wielder of such wand some measure of power over the hair's donor.  Further, should the wand in question be stolen, bequeathed, or won by another, that power may fall into unintended hands. 

In the only instance in which Wandcrafters included the hair of a magus in the wand of another, the wand spontaneously broke upon the dissolution of the relationship between the witch and wizard in question, much to the relief of the hair's donor and chagrin of the wand's wielder.  True story.  Saw it with my own eyes.