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This page lists fictional items featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.

Agrabah ItemsEdit

Cyrus' TalismanEdit

Cyrus' Talisman first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. A necklace worn by Cyrus. After he finds love and proposes marriage to Alice, Cyrus shows her the necklace, which begins to glow a bright red, and explains their hearts are entwined so now both of them will know when the other is near. Later, he loses the talisman, but Alice finds it outside the Mad Hatter's house, which instills her belief that Cyrus is alive. Later, when trapped by a pack of Mome Raths, who are attracted to the glow of the necklace, Alice gives it up to them in order to flee. ("Down the Rabbit Hole", "Trust Me", "Nothing to Fear")

Genie LampsEdit

Main article: Genie Lamps

Genie Lamps first appear in the eleventh episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time.

Jafar's Book of SpellsEdit

Jafar's Book of Spells first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.

Lost and FoundEdit

The Lost and Found first appears in the eighth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. It is a compass owned by Cyrus that can point towards something or someone the wearer has lost and wants to find again. Cyrus gained the Lost and Found from his mother, Amara, when he wasn't yet a genie. During his years of solitude inside the bottle, the compass was the one thing that he sought comfort in as it always pointed him in his mother's direction. Alas, this stopped several years ago, and now the compass only spins its needle in a continuous circle. Later, Cyrus trades the Lost and Found to the Caterpillar so he and Alice can "disappear". The Caterpillar accepts his form of payment and creates an invisible hideout in the Outlands for them. Discovering his mother is still alive, due to the magic water he once took to save her life, Cyrus steals back the compass in order to track her down. They find Amara in the form of Jafar's serpent staff, and she forcibly ejects herself from her master's control when he attempts to use her magic to hurt Cyrus. ("Home", "Heart of the Matter")

Serpent StaffEdit

The Serpent Staff first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. In his quest for revenge, Jafar casts a spell on his dark magic instructor, Amara, which transforms her into a snake and then into a serpent staff. He, therefore, gains all the power of his master. Nonetheless, the staff fails him when he attempts to use Amara's powers to hurt her son, Cyrus. Rebelling against Jafar, Amara ejects herself, while still in staff form, from his control into Cyrus' grasp. ("Down the Rabbit Hole", "The Serpent", "Heart of the Matter")

Three WishesEdit

The Three Wishes first appear in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. Alice, having opened Cyrus' genie bottle in Wonderland, is given the chance to make three wishes. However, Cyrus warns of the laws of magic that prevent him from granting certain wishes; resurrecting the dead, killing another person, changing the past or inducing love. Instead of making the wishes, Alice and Cyrus fall in love and decide they would rather be together. Since the wishes aren't used, she stores them in her shoe heel for safekeeping. After returning to Wonderland, Alice promises Knave a wish if he helps her find Cyrus. Knave agrees, and later tries to steal all three wishes, but backtracks. Jafar tricks Alice into making a wish when he attempts to murder Knave. However, she outsmarts him by wishing for her own death if Knave dies. The second wish is used to send her father, Edwin, home, after Jafar tries to kill him. When Knave is struck by Jafar's storm cloud, he ends up on the verge of death as Alice, too, begins succumbing as a consequence of her first wish. To save her life, Knave uses the final wish to take away Alice's suffering. Since her pain is physical due to dying and emotional due to being separated from Cyrus, both are alleviated. As a consequence of freeing Cyrus from his servitude as genie, Knave takes his place in the bottle. ("Down the Rabbit Hole", "Trust Me", "Home")

Enchanted Forest ItemsEdit

Baelfire's ShawlEdit

Baelfire's Shawl first appears in the eleventh episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A shawl once owned and worn by Rumplestiltskin's son, Baelfire. As Mr. Gold, he concocts and tests a potion for crossing Storybrooke's town line without losing one's memories. He decides he will use the potion on the shawl to leave town and find his son. However, the shawl is stolen from his pawnshop by Hook's accomplice, William Smee, and hidden aboard Hook's ship. While Mr. Gold hunts down Smee, Belle discovers an invisible passage onto the ship. Though she finds the shawl, Hook stands in her way of leaving. Mr. Gold shows up and after a brief confrontation, he and Belle leave the ship with the shawl. Eventually, Mr. Gold successfully uses the potion on the shawl to cross the town border. ("The Outsider")

Blue Fairy's WandEdit

The Blue Fairy's Wand first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. It is a powerful wand wielded by the Blue Fairy and later by her counterpart, Mother Superior, who retains her magic powers after the curse is broken. The wand is exclusively good magic and has been used by the Blue Fairy for granting wishes of those who wish upon the blue star. In Storybrooke, it's been used for various things such as attempting to break down a barrier in Mr. Gold's pawnshop, reverting August to his child self Pinocchio, and healing severe wounds on Regina. ("The Queen Is Dead", "Selfless, Brave and True", "Second Star to the Right")

Book of SpellsEdit

Main article: Book of Spells

The Book of Spells first appears in the second episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. Formerly a spell book belonging to a witch practitioner, Cora, and eventually is stolen by her daughter, Regina, to summon Rumplestiltskin, who teaches her a way to get rid of her mother for good. Regina receives the book back in Storybrooke from Mr. Gold and continues using it to cast spells. ("We Are Both")

Chipped CupEdit

Main article: Chipped Cup

The Chipped Cup first appears in the twelfth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A drinking cup owned by the Dark One, Rumplestiltskin. Subsequently, the cup is dropped and chipped by his servant, Belle. After he hears of her death from the Evil Queen, the chipped cup becomes his most treasured and only memento of Belle. ("Skin Deep")

Dark One's DaggerEdit

Main article: Dark One's Dagger

The Dark One's Dagger first appears in the eighth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A mystical dagger that gives the person possessing it the power to control and command a powerful being called the Dark One. Seeking a way to protect his only son, Baelfire, from being forced to fight in the Ogre War, Rumplestiltskin steals the dagger from the Duke of the Frontlands' castle. After calling forth the Dark One with the dagger, the being taunts and goads Rumplestiltskin into killing him. The Dark One dies and passes on his cursed powers to Rumplestiltskin, and he becomes the new Dark One. Thus, within the Enchanted Forest, wielding it is the only known way to kill or control Rumplestiltskin. ("Desperate Souls", "The Return")

Dwarf Pick AxesEdit

Main article: Dwarf Pick Axes

The Dwarf Pick Axes first appear in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A pick ax is assigned to mining dwarves after they are newly hatched and ready to work. Per ax, each is designated to give a name to a dwarf based on his individual personality. ("Dreamy")

Emma's Baby BlanketEdit

Emma's Baby Blanket first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. When Snow White is still heavily pregnant, Granny hand knits a baby blanket for her unborn child, Emma. On the day the Dark Curse approaches, Snow White unexpectedly goes into labor and gives birth. Soon after, Emma is wrapped snugly in the blanket and carried by her father, Prince Charming, to be placed in the magic wardrobe to be protected from the effects of the curse. Emma arrives in the Land Without Magic, and grows up having the blanket as the only memento of her unknown past. ("Pilot")

Enchanted BowEdit

Main article: Enchanted Bow

The Enchanted Bow first appears in the sixteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A bow formerly owned by Robin Hood, who once dubbed the weapon that "always finds its target" once the arrow is fired, which is proven true when he used it on Rumplestiltskin. Later, Rumplestiltskin attempts to kill Robin Hood with his own bow, but changes his mind and allows the arrow to miss his intended target. Since then, Rumplestiltskin keeps the bow and one day lends it to Snow White when she wants to kill the Queen. ("Heart of Darkness", "Lacey")

Enchanted BraceletEdit

Main article: Enchanted Bracelet

The Enchanted Bracelet first appears in the sixth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. Originally a bracelet owned by Cora, who casts an enchantment on it, which allows Hook and one other person to climb up a beanstalk in the Enchanted Forest. Retaining one of the bracelets after a journey to Storybrooke, Hook gives it to Greg and Tamara. The pair make the bracelet into a magic-absorbing device, so whoever wears it will lose all his or her magic. Regina is tricked by Hook into wearing it; causing her to be rendered powerless when kidnapped by Greg and Tamara. Through some method, Mr. Gold gains the bracelet and tries to take away Pan's magic, but it has no effect on him. ("[[("Tallahassee", "The Evil Queen", "Going Home")]]")

Enchanted CandleEdit

Main article: Enchanted Candle

The Enchanted Candle first appears in the fifteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. Cora, disguised as the Blue Fairy, procures a candle filled with dark magic, for a young Snow White who wishes to save her dying mother's life. Despite being given the chance to use the candle to exchange another person's life to keep her mother alive, Snow White ultimately does not go through with the deed. Later on, Mary Margaret is given the choice once more to use the candle to kill Cora, which she does, though later she deeply regrets her actions. ("The Queen Is Dead")

Enchanted CloakEdit

Main article: Enchanted Cloak

The Enchanted Cloak first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The cloak is made by a wizard and given to Granny, who knows her granddaughter, Red Riding Hood, has also inherited the shape shifting gene and the ability to turn into a werewolf. To stop Red Riding Hood from transforming into a wolf during the full moon, Granny orders her to wear the cloak at all times. However, she is unable to hide the truth from Red forever. During one full moon, Red Riding Hood is without her cloak. She transforms into a wolf and mauls her boyfriend, Peter, to death. ("Red-Handed")

Enchanted CompassEdit

Main article: Enchanted Compass

The Enchanted Compass first appears in the sixth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. It is one of the many various treasures kept by the giant on top of a beanstalk. On a climbing expedition with Hook, Emma retrieves the compass and later uses it to help herself and Mary Margaret return home to Storybrooke from the Enchanted Forest. ("Tallahassee")

Enchanted HeartsEdit

Main article: Enchanted Hearts

Enchanted Hearts first appear in the seventh episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. They are produced via a magic practitioner pulling someone's heart out directly from his or her chest. The heart becomes enchanted and has special properties that make it stronger and more durable than a regular non-enchanted heart. A person in possession of someone's enchanted heart can assume control and manipulate the victim's actions by speaking into the heart. The victim may continue living without his or her heart, but on some level stops experiencing and feeling true genuine feelings such as love. If the heart is crushed to dust, the victim dies a true death. ("The Stable Boy", "The Doctor", "The Miller's Daughter")

Fairy DustEdit

Main article: Fairy Dust

Fairy Dust first appears in the fourteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Produced by dwarves by mining and grinding diamonds into fairy dust, the substance is often collected by fairies. Fairy dust is considered valuable, and its powers vary depending on what kind it is. Bad fairy dust can turn an enemy into something harmless while good fairy dust is known to have healing powers and can freeze beings of dark magic. ("Snow Falls", "The Price of Gold", "Dreamy", "The Cricket Game")

Fairy Godmother's WandEdit

The Fairy Godmother's Wand first appears in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Originally owned by Cinderella's Fairy Godmother, Rumplestiltskin comes to own the wand after killing her. Following a deal with Cinderella, he uses the wand to transform her rags into a gown so she can go to the royal ball. The wand remains in his possession and is later used in Storybrooke by Mr. Gold when stealing fairy dust from the mines. Later, Gold has a nightmare where he uses the wand to turn his grandson into a statue. ("The Price of Gold", "Queen of Hearts", "Lacey")

Ground Poppy DustEdit

Main article: Ground Poppy Dust

Ground Poppy Dust first appears in sixth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A special dust obtained by a red poppy flower by grinding it down, and has the ability to make someone fall into a deep sleep. Due to Mary Margaret's previous time under the Sleeping Curse, she requests to be put to sleep via the poppy dust to breach the Netherworld. ("Tallahassee")

Jack's SwordEdit

Jack's Sword first appears in the sixth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A weapon owned and used by Jack during the ambush of the giants' beanstalk. The sword's most distinguishing feature is an inscription of Jack's name on the side of the blade. Laced in poison, Jack wielded the weapon to attack and kill numerous giants, including Arlo, and then met her own demise after being stabbed by her own sword. She dies with the weapon in hand, and many years later, Emma stumbles upon the corpse. Later, she grabs the sword to threaten the remaining giant, Anton, with it. ("Tallahassee", "Tiny")

Killian Jones' HookEdit

Killian Jones' Hook first appears in fourth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. When Rumplestiltskin chops off Killian Jones' hand, he replaces the lost hand with a sharp hook. Killian Jones' notoriety of having a hooked hand earns him the nickname "Hook". He finds a way to travel to Storybrooke and get revenge on Rumplestiltskin, now known as Mr. Gold. After Hook is being hospitalized for severely fractured ribs, his hook is taken away and kept in the sheriff's office, but he eventually steals it back. Using a type of poison, he smears it on his hook and tracks down Mr. Gold in New York where he stabs the man. ("The Crocodile", "Manhattan")

Looking GlassesEdit

Main article: Looking Glasses

Looking Glasses first appear in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. An object that appears to be a regular rectangular length mirror, but in actuality is a portal. When someone enters through a looking glass, he or she will be transported to another world. Regina pushed her mother, Cora, into a looking glass and sent her to Wonderland. ("We Are Both")

Magic BeansEdit

Main article: Magic Beans

Magic Beans first appear in the nineteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Grown by giants, they used to trade magic beans with humans, but this stopped due to humans using them to travel to and conquer other lands. After some time, giants began to grow beans again without the knowledge of humans. An overwhelming slaughter of giants at the hands of a human army forces the last living giant, Anton, to destroy all the ripe beans to keep them from being stolen and used for humans' selfish purposes. He is given the last bean stalk plant by his brother, Arlo, to replant someday. ("Tiny")

Magic GlobeEdit

Main article: Magic Globe

The Magic Globe first appears in the thirteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. It is given to Mr. Gold by Cora with the ability to find his son. By pricking his own finger and letting a drop of blood fall onto the globe, it locates and pinpoints the exact location of where his son currently is. The globe is used again to find Henry after he is taken to another world by Greg and Tamara. ("Tiny", "And Straight On 'Til Morning")

Magic WardrobeEdit

Main article: Magic Wardrobe

The Magic Wardrobe first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Carved from the last enchanted tree by Geppetto and Pinocchio, it served its purpose as a gateway between the Enchanted Forest and a land without magic. The wardrobe is created to save two people from the Evil Queen's curse on the inhabitants of the Enchanted Forest. Due to a deal the Blue Fairy and Geppetto make, she allows Pinocchio to be one of the people to go through the wardrobe, and lies to the war council that the wardrobe can only protect one person from the curse. Snow White's unborn child, Emma, is prophesied to be the savior of the curse, and so it is decided Snow White must be the one to go through the wardrobe. However, she goes into labor earlier than expected and the infant Emma is rushed into the wardrobe just before the curse engulfs the whole Enchanted Forest. ("Pilot")

Memory PotionsEdit

Main article: Memory Potions

Memory Potions first appear in the tenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A potion capable of erasing a user's memories.

Mulan's SwordEdit

Mulan's Sword first appears in the first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A sword wielded by Mulan. As stated by her, it is the most powerful blade in all the realms. When Emma decides to climb up the beanstalk with Hook to retrieve the enchanted compass needed so she and Mary Margaret can return home to Storybrooke, she asks Mulan for a favor. Emma wants Mulan to cut down the beanstalk with her sword if she does not return at a certain time. Mulan agrees and later attempts to chop it down when she does not return at the designated time, but is stopped by Mary Margaret just as Emma jumps down from the beanstalk. The sword is used to repel magic when Mulan blocks Cora's fire attack. ("Tallahassee", "Queen of Hearts")

Poisoned AppleEdit

Main article: Poisoned Apple

The Poisoned Apple first appears in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Originally owned by a blind witch, the Evil Queen asks for the help of two children, Hansel and Gretel to obtain the apple for her. Later, she gives Snow White the choice to eat the apple and remain asleep forever under the sleeping curse so her prince will remain unharmed as her prisoner. ("True North", "An Apple Red as Blood")

Prince Charming's CloakEdit

Prince Charming's Cloak first appears in the sixteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A cloak worn by Prince Charming, and later bargains it away to Rumplestiltskin to find out the whereabouts of a vengeful Snow White who wants to kill the Queen. Though Prince Charming questions why he wants the cloak, Rumplestiltskin answers it's because his castle is drafty. The real reason Rumplestiltskin needed it was to gather one of Prince Charming's hairs from the cloak to combine with Snow White's hair strand and make a true love potion. ("Heart of Darkness")

Prince Charming's SwordEdit

Main article: Prince Charming's Sword

Prince Charming's Sword first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A weapon owned and used by Prince Charming to fight his foes. After the Dark Curse is cast, the sword is one of the many items that come into Mr. Gold's possession in his pawnshop. Mr. Gold hands the sword over to Emma when he sends her on a mission to retrieve a potion from a beast so she can save Henry from the sleeping curse. Though she is reluctant to rely on the sword, eventually Emma successfully wields the blade to defeat the beast. ("The Shepherd", "A Land Without Magic")

Regina's Apple TreeEdit

Main article: Regina's Apple Tree

Regina's Apple Tree first appears in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. An apple tree Regina has had since her time in the Enchanted Forest as the Queen. The health and ripeness of the growing apples depend on the power of the curse. When the curse begins waning because of Emma's prolonged presence in town, Regina schemes for a way to get rid of her. ("An Apple Red as Blood")

Regina's Engagement RingEdit

Main article: Regina's Engagement Ring

Regina's Engagement Ring first appears in the eighteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A precious ring owned by Regina as an old keepsake in remembrance of her true love, Daniel. He proposed to her with the ring, but they were separated by his untimely death. Regina sacrifices it so the magic within the ring will be enough to power the hat so she can retrieve the poisoned apple from the Enchanted Forest. ("The Stable Boy", "An Apple Red as Blood")

Skeleton KeysEdit

Main article: Skeleton Keys

The Skeleton Keys first appear in the thirteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Various keys possessed by mayor Regina that open every door in Storybrooke. Regina has used the keys more than once to meddle in the lives of the town residents; such as stealing Kathryn's supportive letter to David or planting incriminating evidence against Mary Margaret in her apartment to pin her as the suspect in Kathryn's disappearance. ("What Happened to Frederick", "The Stable Boy")

Snow White's CoffinEdit

Snow White's Coffin first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A coffin built by the dwarves for Snow White to be placed in after her "death" at the Evil Queen's hands. They set the coffin in the woods and are paying their respects when Prince Charming rides up to say goodbye. They take off the coffin cover to allow him to do so. Prince Charming gives Snow White one last kiss, which turns into true love's kiss and breaks the sleeping curse she is under. After the casting of the curse, Regina places the coffin in a cave under the clock tower and keeps a trigger hidden inside it. Because the trigger can be used to erase the town of Storybrooke and its inhabitants, Regina does not want it falling into the wrong hands and has a great beast guard the cave from intruders. When the time comes that she needs use of the trigger, she and Hook journey there to retrieve it. But, she forces him to be the beast's distraction while she can safely approach and get the trigger. ("Pilot", "The Evil Queen")

Spinning WheelsEdit

Main article: Spinning Wheels

Spinning Wheels first appear in the fifth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Originally, Rumplestiltskin learned how to spin as a child from two spinsters and grew up to make a living as a wool spinner. Later on, after gaining the Dark One's powers, Rumplestiltskin mastered the art of spinning straw into gold; a talent he also taught Cora. ("The Miller's Daughter", "Think Lovely Thoughts")

Straw DollEdit

Main article: Straw Doll

The Straw Doll first appears in the first episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. A doll once given to Rumplestiltskin by his father. ("Think Lovely Thoughts")

The Green Peridot RingEdit

Main article: The Green Peridot Ring

The Green Peridot Ring first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A wedding ring owned by a farmer, Ruth. She gives the ring to her son, David, as a parting farewell gift and asks him to give it to the woman he marries. The ring is stolen by a thief, Snow White, who in turn is forced to help him retrieve it back. The two fall in love and eventually fight to be together despite opposition and obstacles in the form of King George and the Queen. For a brief period, the ring is enchanted by Rumplestiltskin so the closer Prince Charming is to Snow White's presence, the brighter the ring's stone will shine. Snow White wears the ring after Prince Charming proposes to her. They later cross paths with a severely injured Ruth and try to find means to cure her. Ruth's last wish is to see her son marry and tells Snow White of a myth passed down about the ring's powers to predict the gender of a woman's first born child. Snow White believes she is destined to never have children as King George poisoned and made her barren. However, she is healed by drinking water from Lake Nostos. Prince Charming tries out the ring's power on her and it predicts her first born child will be a girl. ("The Shepherd", "Snow Falls", "A Land Without Magic", "Lady of the Lake")

The HatEdit

Main article: The Hat

The Hat first appears in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A hat owned by a man, Jefferson, who can cross dimensions to other lands by opening portals inside it. Via the hat, Jefferson traveled to bring Dr. Frankenstein from the Land Without Color to the Enchanted Forest so the doctor could make a deal with Rumplestiltskin. Eventually, he retires from his profession as portal-jumper and settles down as a mushroom seller with his daughter, Grace. He makes mention to the Queen he stopped portal-jumping because that's how Grace lost her mother and doesn't want her to lose him, too. The Queen asks for his assistance to travel to another land where she wants to steal something back which the Queen of Hearts took from her. The rule of the hat is the amount of people who go into it must also be the same amount that come out. In fact, the thing the Queen takes back from the Queen of Hearts is not an item, but a person—her father. Per the rule of the hat, only two who go in can leave. She traps Jefferson in the world while her father and herself leave to return home. ("Hat Trick", "The Doctor")

The MedallionEdit

Main article: The Medallion

The Medallion first appears in the first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A cursed object owned by Mr. Gold. Whoever touches the medallion with skin contact is branded as prey for a deadly creature called the Wraith. The Wraith hunts its prey and will never stop chasing until it sucks out the person's soul. As an act of vengeance, Mr. Gold forces Regina to touch the medallion and then commands the Wraith to kill her. Emma, Mary Margaret and David get an idea from Regina to use a hat to bring the Wraith to another realm where it can't harm anyone else. Unfortunately, Emma is also taken into the hat and Mary Margaret makes haste to follow. The hat brings all three of them to the Enchanted Forest. The Wraith wreaks havoc when Prince Phillip accidentally picks up the medallion and becomes its next target. He willingly allows his soul to be taken and dies. ("Broken")

The TiaraEdit

The Tiara first appears in the fifteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A royal tiara passed down from mother to daughter in Queen Eva. Eva was given the tiara by her own mother and gifts her daughter, Snow White, with it on the day of her coming of age birthday celebration. However, when she sees Snow White is haughty towards their castle servant, Johanna, she carefully explains the right way to treat someone even if the person is not of the same rank as everyone deserves their love and respect. Though Snow White is quick to answer the ball is to celebrate her birthday, Queen Eva points out it is not to glorify her status as a royal princess, but to prove herself to their kingdom's people she can one day be a kind and benevolent ruler, which is also what the tiara symbolizes once passed down from queen to princess. After Queen Eva passes away of a mysterious but deadly illness, Snow White braves the mourning ceremony wearing the tiara and shows outer strength in a time of hardship. Following the casting of the Dark Curse, the tiara ends up in the possession of Mr. Gold in his pawnshop. When the curse is broken, Johanna buys the tiara from the shop and sends it to Mary Margaret as a birthday present. Mary Margaret is in tears over the tiara as it is a precious reminder of her mother. ("The Queen Is Dead")

True Love PotionEdit

Main article: True Love Potion

The True Love Potion first appears in the twenty-second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A powerful potion made by Rumplestiltskin by combining the hair strands of Snow White and Prince Charming. He makes a deal with Prince Charming to hide the potion inside the body of a beast to "save it for a rainy day". During the curse, Mr. Gold asks Emma to retrieve the potion from the same beast. Though she is after the potion under the pretense it will lift Henry from the sleeping curse, Mr. Gold tricks her into handing it over and uses it for his own means of bringing magic to Storybrooke. ("A Land Without Magic")

Land Without Magic ItemsEdit

Archie's Lucky UmbrellaEdit

Archie's Lucky Umbrella first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. He carries this umbrella with him nearly everywhere, including into the mines to search for Henry, who went in to find proof of the curse. The umbrella subsequently saves Archie's life when the handle coincidentally clings to Emma's harness; saving him from nearly falling to his death inside the mine shaft. ("That Still Small Voice")

Eric's CloakEdit

Eric's Cloak first appears in the seventeenth episode of the third season. It is red and has a golden medal Ursula ornament. Devising a scheme to take down the savior, Zelena disguises herself as Ariel, a mermaid who once had Hook's aid in finding the man she loves, Prince Eric, only for him to selfishly choose to reclaim his ship over helping her. As Ariel, she tricks Hook into believing since the second curse, Eric hasn't returned and asks for his help locating him. They track down Eric's cloak at the pawnshop and Belle pours a potion with a locator spell on it. This causes the cloak to float around town; leading them straight to the harbor, which then sinks into the water. ("The Jolly Roger")

Swan KeychainEdit

The Swan Keychain first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A key chain stolen by Neal for his girlfriend, Emma. After he allows her to take the fall for stealing watches and she is sent to prison, he asks August to send the keychain, car keys and money to Emma. In jail, Emma receives the key chain and car keys. She wears the key chain as a necklace to remind herself never to trust anyone ever again. More than a year later, while Neal is dying, he returns the key chain to Emma; asking her to find happiness with someone else other than him. ("Tallahassee", "Manhattan", "Quiet Minds")

Neverland ItemsEdit

DreamshadeEdit

Main article: Dreamshade

Dreamshade first appears in the fifteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. As a native poison of Neverland, it is typically found as an oozing substance in thorns. During the period of Captain Hook's stay in Neverland, he gathers some dreamshade in a condensed form; later taking it with him back to the Enchanted Forest, and then onto Storybrooke. In his plans to destroy the Dark One, known as Mr. Gold in Storybrooke, Hook sails to New York on a ship, tracks his nemesis down and stabs him with a hook laced in dreamshade. The poison proves to be deadly, but, Mr. Gold makes a full recovery with Mary Margaret's help in using magic to take away the life of another while saving him. ("The Queen Is Dead", "Quite a Common Fairy")

Squid InkEdit

Main article: Squid Ink

Squid Ink first appears in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. Ink extracted from a bottomless sea from a rare kind of squid. Cinderella, desperate to change her life, makes a deal with Rumplestiltskin, but cannot fulfill the payment she owes as he wants her first born child. Combining the ink with a magic red quill, she tricks him into using the item to sign a new fake contract. The ink immobilizes him and he is hauled off to a jail cell to keep from taking away Cinderella's child. Secretly, Rumplestiltskin takes with him a jar of squid ink to keep while he is imprisoned. After receiving the name of Snow White and Prince Charming's unborn child and savior-to-be of the curse, Emma, he fervently writes down the name on a parchment to remember it one day. The ink also contains magic as demonstrated when Mary Margaret and Emma became trapped in Rumplestiltskin's old cell. By blowing the ink off the name parchment, it has the ability to disintegrate magically enchanted items. ("Pilot", "The Price of Gold", "Into the Deep")

Origin Unknown ItemsEdit

Dream CatcherEdit

Main article: Dream Catcher

The Dream Catcher first appears in the tenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. A magical object in Mr. Gold's possession used to "see" into a living being's memories. He offers the dream catcher to Emma to allow her to find out who caused Archie Hopper's death by looking into the memory recollection of Archie's dog, Pongo. ("The Cricket Game")

Flying BroomstickEdit

The Flying Broomstick first appears in the thirteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. During the missing year in the Enchanted Forest, Zelena uses her broomstick to fly to and from the Dark Palace. The broomstick was also used in Storybrooke when Zelena escaped from the clock tower after she failed to procure Regina's heart. ("Witch Hunt", "It's Not Easy Being Green")

Invisible ChalkEdit

The Invisible Chalk first appears in the sixteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. One of the many magical items found in Mr. Gold's pawnshop used for the purpose of creating a barrier. Under the conditions he is unable to do it himself, he tells Emma to draw a line using the chalk near the pawnshop door and then further instructs her on how to enact a barrier spell. ("The Miller's Daughter")

MagicEdit

Main article: Magic

Magic first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time.

Magic PaperEdit

Magic Paper first appears in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. Paper that can be magically animated and folded. ("Trust Me")

Once Upon a Time (Book)Edit

Main article: Once Upon a Time (Book)

The Once Upon a Time Book first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A picture and text book with an assortment of fairytales. Given to Regina's adoptive son, Henry, by his teacher, Mary Margaret, he begins to believe everyone in the town of Storybrooke are fairytale characters from the book who lost their memories of their true selves from being under the influence of the Dark Curse. ("Pilot")

Oz ItemsEdit

Book of RecordsEdit

The Book of Records first appears in the twentieth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. Possessed by the Witch of the South, Glinda, the book foretells of a powerful sorceress who will arrive to Oz by cyclone to join the sisterhood of witches and take the empty seat of Witch of the West. The other half of the prophecy also speaks of this witch unseating "the greatest evil the realm has ever seen", which the supposed Witch of the West, Zelena, accidentally uncovers after a young girl named Dorothy arrives to Oz by cyclone. Fearing her place in the sisterhood will be usurped by Dorothy, Zelena fakes her own death and masquerades as the Wizard to deliberately lead the girl out of Oz permanently. ("Kansas")

Magic PendantsEdit

Magic Pendants first appear in the twelfth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time.  Each witch in the sisterhood of Oz has a pendant, which harnesses and grows her individual magical powers. However, without her pendant, a witch is rendered without magic. ("New York City Serenade", "Kansas")

Silver SlippersEdit

The Silver Slippers first appears in the sixteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. These shoes are possessed by the Wizard of Oz, which he later gifts to Zelena so she can travel to her birth world to find her real family. Once there, Zelena meets a magic instructor, Rumplestiltskin, and competes for his attention, but finds herself continuously jealous of his other pupil as well as her half-sister, Regina. She is rejected from being chosen as the magic caster of his curse, which he intends to use to transport himself to a land without magic. Zelena reveals her slippers are capable of such a feat, but doesn't help him since he already chose Regina over her. Instead, she uses the slippers to return to Oz. Later on, Zelena plots to get rid of a girl named Dorothy by masquerading as the Wizard of Oz and gives her the slippers to return home. ("It's Not Easy Being Green", "Kansas")

Storybrooke ItemsEdit

Storybrooke Daily MirrorEdit

Main article: Storybrooke Daily Mirror

The Storybrooke Daily Mirror first appears in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. The local newspaper of Storybrooke, Maine run by editor Sidney Glass and mayor Regina Mills. In an attempt to drive away town visitor Emma Swan, Sidney digs up dirt from her past and publishes it in the newspaper to tarnish her reputation, but it does not stop her from staying in Storybrooke. ("Pilot", "The Thing You Love Most")

TriggerEdit

Main article: Trigger

The Trigger first appears in the twentieth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. Along with the casting of the Dark Curse, the town of Storybrooke, Maine was created and a built in "fail-safe" is hidden in case Regina ever wanted to erase the effects of the curse completely. By doing so, it would also phase out of existence everyone in town. The trigger is guarded in a cave by a dragon to keep intruders from accidentally finding it. After the dragon is killed by Emma, the magic in the cave keeps it from staying dead due to being the guardian that must always keep the trigger safe. Regina forces Hook to be bait for the undead creature while she obtains the trigger. She is betrayed when Hook reveals he has teamed up with magic hunters Greg and Tamara. After they kidnap her, the trigger falls into Tamara's hands. She sends the trigger back to their "home office" to be analyzed and makes the shocking discovery activating the trigger will give them what they always wanted—the destruction of magic. The trigger is activated by Greg and Tamara and later with the combined powers of Regina and Emma, they are able to permanently stop and reverse the effects. ("A Land Without Magic", "The Evil Queen", "(And Straight On 'Til Morning")

Wonderland ItemsEdit

Forget Me KnotEdit

Main article: Forget Me Knot

The Forget Me Knot first appears in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. A mystical item, which when placed in any specific location, shows the viewer the last event that took place in the area. The forget me knot has had many previous owners, the Caterpillar, and then the Red Queen, who had the item stolen by Grendel. To find out who dug up Cyrus' bottle, Alice and Knave track down Grendel, but fall into a trap and are captured by him as his next meal. They learn Grendel has been using the forget me knot to relive a last memory of his late wife. After much reluctance to let go of the past, Grendel parts with the item and gives it to them. In a pasture, Alice and Knave use the forget me knot to see the memory of their unsuspecting culprit, the White Rabbit, dig up the bottle and hand it over to the Red Queen. Afterwards, Alice is eager to return the knot back to the original owner, the Caterpillar, but Knave resists because giving a stolen item to the Caterpillar will make him a thief. Yet, if the knot is used for Alice's benefit, it will reflect better on himself. Deciding neither option is worthy enough, Knave burns the forget me knot.

Magic MushroomEdit

The Magic Mushroom first appears in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. A growth mushroom found in another land that can increase or decrease the size of the person who eats it. After the Queen steals her father back from this world, she picks a piece of the mushroom and lets him eat it so he can grow back to normal size. In the same land, a woman named Jack once rescued people from a creature called the Jabberwocky and as thanks she received a magic mushroom. Later, she helps a giant shrink to human size by giving him the mushroom. During Alice's travels in Wonderland, she steals a piece of the mushroom from the Caterpillar and uses to shrink herself and evade the Queen's guards in the maze. ("Hat Trick", "Tiny")

Vorpal BladeEdit

The Vorpal Blade first appears in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. Said to be made from very powerful magic in Wonderland, this blade is used to seal away an ancient and dangerous creature known as the Jabberwocky. Imprisoned for a hundred-years, she gains freedom when a sorcerer, Jafar, pulls out the embedded weapon. However, when her usefulness has expired, he stabs the Jabberwocky with it and leaves her to be entrapped forever. ("Nothing to Fear", "And They Lived...")