Which New Wandmaker Should Make Your Wand?
Jonker wands are intricately carved and extremely beautiful heirlooms. They are the most stylish of American wands, and tend to be more ornamental than any other wandmaker's stock. If you're lucky enough to have a Jonker wand, treat it very carefully. It will be a loyal and lovely wand as long as you take care of it.
Shikoba Wolfe wands are particularly good for those who have a penchant for Transfiguration. They are not for weak or wishy-washy wizards – they pack a very powerful punch and can take some getting used to. Maybe their raw power comes from the Thunderbird feather core or some other secret of Wolfe's process...
Ah, you are lucky to wield a wand by the indomitable Violetta Beauvais. Many a great witch and wizard wields a Beauvais, and you may be the next great name to join their ranks. A quick note: pay no attention to the rumor that Beauvais wands are for dark wizards. Even though a Beauvais wand has chosen you, it's your choices that truly have an impact on your destiny.
Quintana wands are the rarest of all American wands, as Quintana has passed away and the secret of collecting the monster spines that form their cores is lost to history. They are for sophisticated users of magic, who cast spells with a bit more flair than those who merely wield magic as a blunt tool. Quintana wands are very long and thin, and thus are prone to breaking and snapping. Be VERY careful with your Quintana and you will find yourself the envy of everyone who doesn't have one of these rare wands in their family line.