1/6 scale statues

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Thorin Oakenshield 1/6 scale Exclusive Edition

 

Weta, 2012. 10"/25 cm high.

A proud and noble Dwarf of resolute character and stern bearing, Thorin Oakenshield™ is the grandson of Thror of the line of Durin and heir to lost throne of Erebor. Alongside Moria, Erebor stood as the greatest of the realms of the Dwarves, a vast kingdom carved from the living rock of The Lonely Mountain, bustling with trade and bursting with wealth. Down upon Erebor the great dragon Smaug™ had fallen and the city and its people were engulfed by the inferno of his coming. Thorin Oakenshield and his kin were fortunate to escape with their lives, though they left everything else behind. Their treasure and pride was swept up by the dragon into a pile upon which he curled to sleep, deep inside the mountain.

Throughout the long, hard decades of his exile, Thorin Oakenshield’s mind ever dwelled upon the thought of some day retaking the mountain and restoring his people to their erstwhile splendour. In time he would form a company of Dwarves, thirteen in number and at the Wizard Gandalf’s insistence, reluctantly employ the services of the Hobbit Bilbo Baggins, setting out for The Lonely Mountain with dreams of gold and glory.

Beset by enemies and misfortune, Thorin Oakenshield and his party would lose much along the way, but one prize the grim-faced Dwarf was pleased to lay hands upon early in his journey was the mighty sword, Orcrist™, a famous blade of Elven make and well suited to be carried by a king, if one yet in want of a kingdom.

Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth. The essence of each character expertly captured in every piece.

Thorin Oakenshield was sculpted by Scott Spencer.

It takes approximately 400-500 hours to design, sculpt, model-make, mould and paint the prototype for each new character.

Sculpted and created by the same artists and craftspeople who work on our movies, Thorin Oakenshield™ is one of the first three statues in our range of 1/6 scale chracters from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

In this exclusive, limited edition Thorin carries the shield that gave him his nickname, and is limited to 700 numbered copies.*

Gandalf the Grey 1/6 scale

 

Weta, 2012. 13.4"/34 cm high.

Wandering Middle-earth’s winding paths is the travelling conjurer Gandalf, known by many names to many peoples in many lands, though few could guess the true extent of his powers or purpose. His fireworks may delight many a Hobbit youngster, but the Grey Wizard is no mere magician or trickster. Gandalf is old beyond reckoning and wise the reach of mortal men. Where Middle-earth’s lords and kings brood over the fortunes of their realms, Gandalf’s gaze is cast across a wider canvas and it is the greater good of all the world’s free peoples that he is concerned with.

Needless are none of the acts of the Wizard, so when he councils Dwarf king in exile Thorin Oakenshield to enlist the services of Mister Bilbo Baggins as a burglar in his quest to reclaim his birthright from the dragon Smaug, it is done with a keen insight into the sheltered Hobbit’s qualities and an understanding of how crucial these will be to their success. The Hobbit impresses Thorin Oakenshield little upon their first meeting, but, despite his misgivings, the Dwarf knows enough of Gandalf to credit him with good reasoning, and indeed it will not be long before Bilbo Baggins’s mettle is tested and the Wizard’s wisdom proven.

Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth. The essence of each character expertly captured in every piece.

Gandalf the Grey was sculpted by Steven Saunders.

It takes approximately 400-500 hours to design, sculpt, model-make, mould and paint the prototype for each new character.

Sculpted and created by the same artists and craftspeople who work on our movies, Gandalf the Grey is one of the first three statues in our range of 1/6 scale chracters from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

You can choose to display your statue of Gandalf the Grey with or without his hat, which is included in the box.*

Radagast the Brown. 1/6 scale - signed (18/11)

Signed by Sylvester McCoy on the base.

While Gandalf™ the Grey and Saruman™ the White busy themselves with the affairs of Elves, Men and the speaking peoples of Middle-earth, the smaller folk of fur and feathers are the concern of the Brown Wizard, Radagast™. Outwardly Radagast the Brown is a gentle hermit, soft in character and mind, often absent-minded and fumbling, with tattered robes and mismatched footwear; his raiment home to a bewildering menagerie of miniature beasts and fungi. This façade is an illusion so complete even the Wizard himself is sometimes fooled, but in truth great power resides with him, as it does in each of the five Istari, and he is ever watchful for the return of the enemy against whom he was sent from the West centuries ago.

Having made his home at Rhosgobel near the borders of what was once Greenwood the Great, Radagast tends to the needs of the animals that live in the darkening forest. A terrible sickness has infected Middle-earth’s wildest wood, an unnatural blight that the worried Wizard traces to the old fortress of Dol Guldur with the help of his animal friends. Something ancient and unearthly stirs in the shadows of the ruin. A dark power gathers its strength beneath the choking thorns, a power that will soon put the courage and cunning of Radagast and his fellows to the ultimate test.

Height: 12"/30 cm. Limited to 1000 copies. This is number 257. Antiquarian: perfect condition (box has some wear)*

Radagast the Brown. 1/6 scale

 

While Gandalf™ the Grey and Saruman™ the White busy themselves with the affairs of Elves, Men and the speaking peoples of Middle-earth, the smaller folk of fur and feathers are the concern of the Brown Wizard, Radagast™. Outwardly Radagast the Brown is a gentle hermit, soft in character and mind, often absent-minded and fumbling, with tattered robes and mismatched footwear; his raiment home to a bewildering menagerie of miniature beasts and fungi. This façade is an illusion so complete even the Wizard himself is sometimes fooled, but in truth great power resides with him, as it does in each of the five Istari, and he is ever watchful for the return of the enemy against whom he was sent from the West centuries ago.

Having made his home at Rhosgobel near the borders of what was once Greenwood the Great, Radagast tends to the needs of the animals that live in the darkening forest. A terrible sickness has infected Middle-earth’s wildest wood, an unnatural blight that the worried Wizard traces to the old fortress of Dol Guldur with the help of his animal friends. Something ancient and unearthly stirs in the shadows of the ruin. A dark power gathers its strength beneath the choking thorns, a power that will soon put the courage and cunning of Radagast and his fellows to the ultimate test.
Limited to 1000 copies. Height: 12"/30 cm.*

Bilbo Baggins 1/6 scale

 

Weta, 2012. 8.1"/20.5 cm high.

A quiet life in the sleepy gardens of The Shire was all Bilbo Baggins ever knew that he wanted, but when his home is invaded by thirteen rowdy Dwarves and the Wizard Gandalf, the gentleman Hobbit finds himself enlisted as a burglar on a perilous quest across Middle-earth’s Wilderland to reclaim treasure from a dragon. An adventurous spirit is not a quality prized among Hobbit folk, so the formerly respectable Bilbo Baggins’s sudden departure comes as much as a surprise to him as it is to his neighbours. He blames it on the Tookish blood in his veins. That side of the family was always the most odd and taken to unhobbity impulses of curiosity.

And indeed Bilbo Baggins will come to count on every ounce of Took in him to save himself and his companions once the journey begins. Middle-earth is a dangerous place and the Company in which he travels is of a kind that attracts unwanted attention. If Bilbo Baggins returns from this quest alive, he will not be the same Hobbit who ran from his front door, having forgotten his pocket handkerchief.

Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth. The essence of each character expertly captured in every piece.

Bilbo Baggins was sculpted by Brigitte Wuest.

It takes approximately 400-500 hours to design, sculpt, model-make, mould and paint the prototype for each new character.

Sculpted and created by the same artists and craftspeople who work on our movies, Bilbo Baggins is one of the first three in our range of 1/6 scale chracters from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

Dwalin the Dwarf 1/6 scale

 

Weta 1728. Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth. The essence of each character expertly captured in every piece.

Sculpted and created by the same artists and craftspeople who work on our movies, Dwalin the Dwarf is the fifth sculpture in our range of 1/6 scale characters from ´The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey´.

Dwalin the dwarf was sculpted by Greg Tozer.

Dimensions: 10x9x6"/25 x 23 x 15 cm*

Balin the Dwarf. 1/6 scale

 

Weta 1727. Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth. The essence of each character expertly captured in every piece.

Sculpted and created by the same artists and craftspeople who work on our movies, Balin the Dwarf is the fourth sculpture in our range of 1/6 scale characters from ´The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey´.

Balin the dwarf was sculpted by Lindsey Crummett.

Dimensions: 9.5x8x6"?24 x 23 x 15 cm*

Bombur the Dwarf. 1/6 scale

 

Weta 00985. Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth. The essence of each character expertly captured in every piece.

Bombur the Dwarf was sculpted by Scott Spencer and Greg Tozer.

Sculpted and created by the same artists and craftspeople who work on our movies, Bombur the Dwarf is the fourth sculpture in our range of 1/6 scale chracters from ´The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey´.

Dimensions: 24 x 23 x 15 cm

Limited to 1000 pieces.*

Kili the Dwarf. 1/6 scale

 

Weta 01222. 13"/23 cm high. Kili the Dwarf, with his bow in hand and ready for whatever comes his way, Youngest nephew of Thorin Oakenshield and brother to Fili, Kili the Dwarf joins the quest for Erebor out of a belief in his uncle and the righteousness of their cause. A principled, honest young Dwarf of warm humour and upright bearing, Kili is unencumbered by the worries and prejudices born by his elders in the Company. Limited to 1000 copies.*

Bifur the Dwarf 1.6 scale

Weta 1318. Released in 2015 in a limited edtion of 1000 copies.

Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth. The essence of each character expertly captured in every piece.

A veteran of the Orc War, Bifur the Dwarf bears the scars of battle, including the remnants of an enemy axe lodged in his skull.

Bifur the Dwarf was sculpted by Lindsey Crummett.

Dimensions: 9.4x8.7x11"/24 x 22 x 28 cm.*

Bofur the Dwarf. 1/6 scale

 

Weta 01009. 11"/27 cm high. Simple and straight forward in taste and manner, Bofur the Dwarf binds the Company of Thorin together through hardship and ill weather with his smile and wit. Brother to Bombur and cousin to Bifur, Bofur claims no familial bond to Thorin Oakenshield, but his loyalty is nevertheless unshakable. The gold that lies at the end of their quest is less important to him than the bond of honour. Limited to 1000 copies.*

Oin the Dwarf 1/6 scale

 

Weta 1319. 2015. 11"/28 cm high. Limited to 1000 copies.*

Gloin 1/6 scale

 

With this beautiful sculpture, Weta continues the legacy of finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth.

Gloin the Dwarf joins the Company of Thorin OakenshieldT as both participant and investor. A stalwart retainer and traditionalist, Gloin and his brother Oin are cousins to Thorin, the King in Exile, and hold his quest to reclaim the Lonely Mountain from the Dragon Smaug as of the greatest import for the future of their people.

Gloin the Dwarf was sculpted by Greg Tozer to an exacting likeness of the character played by Peter Hambleton in the movie.

Dimensions: 17x17x6"/23 x 23 x 14 cm

Limited to 1000 pieces.*

Ori the Dwarf 1/6 scale

 

Weta 1274. 11'/28 cm high. Limited to just 500 copies.*

Dori the Dwarf 1/6 scale

Weta, 2015. 13'/28 cm high. Limited to 1000 numbered copies.*

King Thror on his Throne 1/6 scale

 

With this beautiful sculpture, Weta continues the legacy of finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth.

King of the Dwarves under the Mountain and possessor of the greatest treasure hoard in all of Middle-earth, Thror reigns supreme from his throne at the heart of the carved city of Erebor. In the king’s treasure halls, innumerable gold coins stamped with his likeness lie stacked thousands deep, yet still Erebor’s living stone walls glitter with criss-crossing veins of unmined wealth: gems, gold and other precious metals.

King Thror on Throne was sculpted by Gary Hunt and Dave Tremont.

Dimensions: 46 x 34 x 15 cm

Limited to 1000 pieces.*

King Thorin on his Throne 1/6 scale

 

A terrible need gnaws at the soul of the King Under the Mountain. Dragon-sickness it is called by some: an insatiable void that compels Thorin to abandon compassion, honour, reason, and even the bonds of friendship and blood, for all he can think of is the gold. No appeal to his word by Bard can move him to shelter the needy people of Lake-town, no admonishment by his own kin can stir him from his jealous contemplation, nor the slaying of his cousins from the Iron Hills upon his very threshold compel the master of Erebor to join the fight outside. Only Thorin himself can wrestle through this madness and find within him the man he once was, and the king he was supposed to be.

Brought to you in a Limited Edition of just 750, King Thorin on Throne is WETA's latest 1:6 scale statue from The Hobbit.

Product size: 34 x 46 x 15 cm*

Bard the Bowman 1/6 scale

 

Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth. The essence of each character expertly captured in every piece.

Arrested, he is imprisoned as a trouble-maker by the Master of the town, but when his warnings prove prophetic and the Dragon falls from the sky to blanket Lake-town in a vengeful firestorm, Bard breaks free and mounts a desperate, one man defence. Leaping across the faltering rooftops and dancing between the flames he sends arrow after arrow at the beast as his family and the people of Lake-town are consumed or flee.

Dimensions: 38 x 28 x 23 cm

Limited to 1000 pieces.*

Faramir 1/6 scale

Weta 1357. Released in 2015 in a limited edition of 1000 copies.

The youngest son of Lord Denethor, Steward of Gondor, Faramir is brother to Boromir who died defending Merry and Pippin upon the slopes of Amon Hen. Though loved by his elder sibling, Faramir earns little affection from his father, who rules the realm while its kingly bloodline remains lost. A man of honour and duty, Faramir leads the city of Minas Tirth’s rangers, charged with defending the outlands of the realm from incursion by Orcs and other servants of the Dark Lord to their east.

Faramir was sculpted by Brigitte Wuest.

Product size: 11.4x11x7"/29 x 28 x 18 cm.*

Bolg 1/6 scale

 

Weta 1281. 2015. 12"/30 cm high. Limited to 1000 copies.*

Yazneg 1/6 scale

 

Weta 1730. 14'/35 cm high. Limited to 1000 copies.*

Azog, Commander of Legions 1/6 sale

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Weta, 2016. 17"/44 cm high. Limited to 1000 numbered copies.*

Lord Elrond at Dol Guldur 1/6 scale

 

Weta 1613. 12'/30 cm high. Limited to 1500 copies.*

Saruman the White at Dol Guldur 1/6 scale

The Battle of the Five Armies

Weta1667. 36 cm high. Limited to 900 copies.*

 

The Witch-king at Dol Guldur 1/6 scale

 

Weta, 2017. 17"/43 cm high. Limited to just 750 copies.*

Dol Guldur Orc Soldier 1/6 scale

 

Weta 2024. Mustered in darkness and marched to the threshold of Erebor by secret ways, Azog the Defiler's great host spills from the earth to lay siege to the mountain kingdom of the Dwarves and the city of Dale. Bolstered by Trolls, Ogres and Goblin mercenaries, the main body of the army of Dol Guldur is composed of Orc soldiers. Tall, long-limbed, and broad-shouldered, these are no ordinary, bent-backed, stunted Orcs, but a more disciplined and dangerous breed, like Azog himself.

Despite the pain a bright sky inflicts upon their pale, night eyes, the Orc soldiers of Dol Guldur fight on in daylight, driven by the promises of carnage, ruin, and feasts of man-flesh. Falling upon the defenders of the Mountain, their ordered ranks shatter into slavering mobs as the soldiers surrender to their bloodlust. They run through Dale's streets and prowl the battlefield before the Gate of Erebor, roaring with savage delight at the destruction they bring, cruel blades gripped tightly in armoured fists and dripping with blood and gore.

The Dol Guldur Orc Soldier is the latest addition to Weta Workshop's high-quality 1:6 scale Middle-earth line; a line that is made by the very same artists and technicians who work on our movies.

Product size: 12x19x10"/29 x 48 x 24 cm

Limited to 500 pieces.*

Legolas Greenleaf. Weta 1451

 

Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth. The essence of each character expertly captured in every piece.

Legolas Greenleaf was sculpted by Weta Workshop sculptor Gary Hunt in the likeness of the character played by Orlando Bloom in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.


Dimensions: 12x12x16"/30 x 29 x 19 cm

Limited to 1500 pieces.*

Elven Warrior. 1/6 scale

 

Weta 1611. 2016. 14"/34 cm high. Limited to just 750 copies.*

Lady Eowyn of Rohan. 1/6 scale

 

Weta1610. 2016. 18"/45 cm high. Limited to just 750 copies.*

Uruk-hai Swordsman 1/6 scale

 

Weta 1632.
From Peter Jackson´s ´Lord of the Rings´ films comes this stunning statue of an Uruk-Hai, ready to attack. It´s made of high quality polystone and stands 29 cm tall.

Product size: 16x11x8"/43 x 28 x 19 cm

Limited to 1500 pieces.*

Boromir at Amon Hen. 1/6 scale

The Fellowship of the Ring

Weta1919. 16"/30 cm high. Limited to 1000 copies. Boromir fights at Amon Hen.*

Lurtz at Amon Hen. 1/6 scale

The Fellowship of the Ring

Weta1930. 18"/39 cm high. Limited to 1000 copies. Confronts Boromir at Amon Hen.*

Mouth of Sauron 1/6 scale (25/10)

 

Weta1920.

Once a man of noble lineage, the being riding out is now but a puppet of flesh for the Great Eye of Mordor: a shell in human form, his own soul subsumed by the indomitable will of the Dark Lord. His own name long forgotten, the Lieutenant of Barad-dur is known now as the Mouth of Sauron, a title both fitting and descriptive, for his enlarged maw is riven and blackened by the evil he speaks: a cruel gash in a masked face, devoid of other features.

Brandishing the Mithril shirt worn by Frodo, the messenger of Mordor taunts Aragorn and his allies, wielding lies of the hobbit's torture and death like a blade to cut their fragile hope to shreds.

Cut from the initial release, the Mouth of Sauron returned for the Extended Edition of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. Weta Workshop sculptor Sam Gao was tasked with immortalising the character in a collectible version.

Sculpted from clay, its pose was refined with Weta co-founder Richard Taylor, concept designer Daniel Falconer, and sculptor Daniel Cockersell. Taken from the original designs by Weta Workshop concept artist Warren Mahy and the 3Foot6 art department, the final statue is as close as you can get to its terrifying on-screen counterpart.

Product size: 16x18x10"/40 x 46 x 23 cm

Limited to 750 pieces worldwide.*

War Troll. 1/6 scale (1/12)

 

Sculpted by longtime Weta Workshop artist Greg Tozer, the War Troll makes a formidable addition to WETA's collection of statues from The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Revealed for the first time at San Diego Comic-Con 2016!

At 52 cm tall and weighing in at over 10 kg this truly is a giant collectible with incredible detail and huge presence that would take any collection to a new level.

The War Troll comes with a removable helm with a separate stand, so you can choose to display your beast with it or without, as you please.

Your War Troll stands sculpted from polystone, in a Limited Edition of just 400.

Product size: 37 x 52 x 59 cm*

Torturer of Dol Guldur 1/6 scale

Available in February. You can pre-order

Weta 2119. Imprisoned by the Necromancer, Gandalf the Grey finds himself at the mercy of the savage Torturer of Dol Guldur. Exhausted and brutalised, the Wizard is dragged from his gibbet by the huge Orc, who makes ready to cut the Elven Ring Narya from his hand.

Unusually tall and straight-backed for an Orc, the Torturer has long served the Dark Lord through his servant Azog, leader of the great Orcs of Gundabad. The Torturer fought in Azog's campaign against the Dwarves and partook in the conquering of Moria, where he received a grievous wound.

In an edition of just 500, The Torturer of Dol Guldur is Weta Workshop's latest 1:6 scale statue from Dol Guldur; sculpted in monstrous detail by artist Sam Gao.

Product size: 36 x 36 x 30 cm*

Thranduil on Elk 1/6 scale

All copies allocated to me have now been pre-ordered. Send me a mail if you wish to be put on the waiting list.

Weta1916. King of the Woodland Realm, Thranduil leads a mighty host of Elven warriors.

When Thorin, the Dwarf king in exile, reclaimed his home from the Dragon Smaug, Thranduil marched upon the mountain fortress of Erebor. With the great army of Mirkwood at his back, the Elf Lord sought to wrest from Thorin his share of the treasure of Erebor, by force, if necessary. Amid the uncountable coins, gold and jewels lay the White Gems of Lasgalen, above all most dear to Thranduil for once belonged to his lost queen.

Clad in shining plate, Thranduil surveyed the long valley and the Dwarves' towering stone fortifications from atop his great Mirkwood Elk, cold eyes weighing the cost of his bid, confident in the overwhelming might of his forces.

Product size: 42 x 57 x 28 cm

Limited to 750 pieces worldwide.*

Isildur 1/6 scale

Available in March. You can pre-order

Weta 2117. Although his screen time was comparatively brief, Isildur was nevertheless a pivotal character in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and embodied some of Weta Workshop's finest costume and weapon work.

With intricate inlays of brass and elvish writing, Narsil (which ultimately became Andúril) was one such example. As the blade was to be shattered by the foot of Sauron during the prologue, the sequence required a collection of breakaway swords. These swords, cut into the same exacting seven individual shards, were glued together and broken again and again to capture the moment.

Distilling this complex scene into collectible form, was senior sculptor Daniel Cockersell - no stranger to Middle-earth, having formed part of Weta Workshop's physical sculpting team on The Hobbit. Isildur stands complete in 1:6 scale: gazing at the One Ring, broken hilt of Narsil still clutched in one hand.

Product size: 29 x 34 x 19 cm

Limited to 750 pieces.*