Please note that this list is for fictional items only. Real-world items can only be included if they have unique properties or modifications which set them apart from normal objects (such as the game Space Paranoids, which is a fictional game with a fictional title, Tamara's taser, which can kill a person made out of wood, Smee's hat, which was enchanted by Rumplestiltskin, the Jolly Roger sextant, which can be used to navigate to Neverland, or Ivy's doll, which is named Beatrice).
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This page lists minor fictional items featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time and its Expanded Universe.
Cave of Wonders Diamond is an Agrabah item. It appears in the fifth episode of the sixth season. Jasmine hires Aladdin to get the mysterious "Diamond in the Rough", believing it can help them break Jafar's hold on the Sultan. They find the diamond in the Cave of Wonders, but when it dissolves in a puff of magic smoke, Jasmine realizes that the real Diamond in the Rough is actually Aladdin.
Golden Scarab of Agrabah
Golden Scarab of Agrabah is an Agrabah item. It appears in the fifth episode of the sixth season and was given to Jasmine's family by the people of Agrabah many generations ago as a gift for freeing the kingdom from darkness. It is now one of the great treasures of Jasmine's kingdom. Jasmine later gives it to Aladdin as proof she believes in his destiny as the Savior. In Storybrooke, Aladdin purposely leaves the scarab on a decayed corpse to mislead Jasmine into believing he died, out of shame because he didn't want her to know he used the Shears of Destiny to sever his Savior ties. After leaving to save Agrabah with Jasmine, Aladdin turns the scarab over to Henry, telling him to give it to Emma.
Eye of the Storm is an Enchanted Forest item. It appears in the fifteenth episode of the fifth season and is a much sought-after blue sapphire. Countless sailors have lost their lives trying to find it. Hades offers the stone to Liam Jones, in exchange for letting his cargo ship sink so Hades can have the crew's souls, except for him and his brother Killian, who will be saved. Liam makes the deal, and drives the ship right into a storm. Liam then uses the stone to get him and his brother their dream jobs in the royal navy.
Hercules' Medals are Enchanted Forest items. They appear in the thirteenth episode of the fifth season and show motifs from the Labors of Hercules: The Nemean Lion, the Lernaean Hydra, the Ceryneian Hind, the Erymanthian Boar, the Augean stables, the Stymphalian Birds, the Cretan Bull, the Mares of Diomedes, the girdle of Hippolyta, the cattle of the monster Geryon, and the apples of Hesperides. The final labor, Cerberus, is missing, since Hercules hadn't faced him yet.
Jack's Sword is an Enchanted Forest item. It first appears in the sixth episode of the second season. With the sword laced in poison, Jack wields this weapon to attack and kill numerous giants, including Arlo, and then meets her own demise after being stabbed by her own sword. Both Jack's weapon and corpse remain in the giants' lair for decades. ("Tallahassee", "Tiny")
Lily's Necklace is an Enchanted Forest item. It first appears in the nineteenth episode of the fourth season. Lily always wears it as it was her only memory from her birth mother. When she was a teenager, Lily lost her necklace as she run away from her criminal boyfriend. She asked Emma to take back the necklace for her. Eventually, Lily is reunited with Maleficent, who tells her that the necklace is a piece of her dragon egg, but also her only clue about her father. ("Lily", "Operation Mongoose Part 2")
Mirror of Souls
Mirror of Souls is an Enchanted Forest item. It appears in the seventeenth episode of the fifth season. If somebody has evil in their soul, it will be revealed in the mirror's gaze, in which the person's eyes will glow with demonic fire. The mirror was located about an hour's ride away from Belle's castle, and she eventually recovers it. Later, through the mirror's reflection, Belle discovers that Gaston has evil in his soul.
August's Cure is a Land Without Magic item. It appears in the eighteenth episode of the second season and is a vial of a red magic potion sold to August Booth by the Dragon to prevent him from turning back into wood. Tamara gets hold of the potion and runs technologically advanced tests on it, only to discover it contains no elements from this world, which helps her realize it's actual magic.
Beatrice (Doll) is a Seattle item. It first appears in the nineth episode of the seventh season. This doll is named Beatrice and belongs to Ivy. After placing a hidden camera to the doll, Victoria gives the doll to Jacinda and tells her that Lucy is quite fond of it. The camera later records an embrace between Jacinda and Nick Branson, to which Victoria shows Lucy. After her mother's death, Jacinda gives the doll back to Ivy. Later when Ivy visits Henry at his apartment to thank him for some advice he gave her, she brings the doll with her and still has it in her possession by the time she leaves. ("One Little Tear", "Knightfall", "The Girl in the Tower")
Ice Magic Neutralizing Candle is a Storybrooke item. It appears in the seventh episode of the fourth season and is a candle-shaped spell that can supposedly neutralize ice magic. To use it, someone must magically light the candle and then blow over it. However, there is no evidence that the spell actually works, as Emma fails to neutralize Elsa's and Ingrid's magic.
Message in a Bottle is a Storybrooke item. It appears in the second episode of the seventh season and is a magical bottle that finds the person you seek. It was once owned by Hook until he gifted it to Henry. Henry later uses the bottle to send a distress call to Regina, Emma and Hook. As Wish Hook points out, the bottle's magic can also seek out alternate versions of the same person, which is what caused him to be summoned him by it as well.
Neverland Sand Clock is a Neverland item. It appears in the eight episode of the third season and is a giant hourglass inside Skull Rock created when Peter Pan made the decision to stay in Neverland. The hourglass represents the magic fueling Pan's youth. Once the sand runs out, Pan will die, unless he finds another way to preserve his youth.
White Elephant is a New Enchanted Forest item. It appears in the tenth episode of the seventh season and is a magical white elephant figurine which allows its owner to keep its most precious relationship intact, even under a Dark Curse. Mr. Gold gives it to Hook to allow him to remain close with his daughter Alice in their new cursed lives. However, at the last moment, Hook decides to give it to a worried Ella to allow her to not be separated from her daughter Lucy.
Davy Jones' Locker is a Wish Realm item. It appears in the sixteenth episode of the seventh season and is a treasure chest buried at the bottom of the sea where Davy Jones kept many rare treasures, including the Star Sapphire ring. One of the maps Davy Jones made reveals the location of the Locker, which comes into the possession of Hook. Hook persuades Black Beard, Smee, and the rest of the Jolly Roger crew to take part in a ruse to give Henry a grand adventure, and in return, he will split the treasure with them three ways. After pretending to steal the map from Hook, Black Beard has the Jolly Roger sail to the Locker's location, where it's pulled up from underwater.
Star Sapphire of Davy Jones is a Wish Realm item. It appears in the sixteenth episode of the seventh season and is the ring Davy Jones gave his pirate bride and was placed in his locker protected with a magical whirlpool which will follow the thief until the ring is returned. It is tracked down using Davy Jones' map by Henry, Captain Hook, and Black Beard in order to give Henry a ring with a story for his future bride. Henry ends up returning the ring to the whirlpool because he realizes a ring with a story is not worth his life.
Sands of Morpheus is an item of unknown origin. It first appears in the first episode of the sixth season, and is a special kind of enchanted sand that can be used to enter a person's Dream World when sprinkled over their sleeping body. It can be found in the Temple of Morpheus. When used on someone in the Sleeping Curse, the person's soul that is supposed to be in the Netherworld will be transported to his/her Dream World for a limited time, if that time expires he/she will be transported back to the Netherworld. ("The Savior", "The Black Fairy")