Shikoba Wolfe was an American wizard or witch. Wolfe, along with Johannes Jonker, Thiago Quintana, and Violetta Beauvais, was one of the four wandmakers who served North America during the early 20th century.
Of Choctaw descent, Wolfe was best known for crafting wands that were intricately carved. Wands made by Wolfe contained Thunderbird tail feathers as cores and were generally believed to be extremely powerful, but difficult to master. They were especially sought after by practitioners of Transfiguration.
Behind the scenes
- This individual's gender is left unspecified on Pottermore. Various official translations vary the gender. In its native language of Choctaw it is gender neutral; however, historically it's more often used as a female name.
- Pottermore (First mentioned)
- Wizarding World (Mentioned only)
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (film) (Mentioned on a newspaper and wand permit application)
Notes and references
- Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (film) (see this image) - He or she was likely of age by the time he or she was a recognised wandmaker in 1926.
- Writing by J. K. Rowling: "1920s Wizarding America" at Wizarding World
- (see this image)