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Frodo Baggins Collectors Edition

 

Weta, 2016. 6"/ 15 cm high. Frodo reclining in a tree.*

Gimli on Uruk-hai. Collectors edition

 

Weta 1918. Gimli taking a rest after a battle. 7x4x5"/17x11x12 cm.*

Moria Orc Miniature

 

Weta 2306. Agile and roach-like in their scaly armour, the rodentine Orcs of Moria infested the once proud Dwarf city, looting tombs, fouling its ancient galleries, and claiming its treasuries.

In the dark they brooded over their victory, jealously guarding the empty halls against intruders. For long years they lay undisturbed until, by chance or fate, Frodo Baggins and the Fellowship of the Ring sought to pick their way unseen through Moria, rousing the Orcs to battle.

Product size: 17 x 11 x 12 cm*

King of the Dead Minature

Weta1711. 2017. Beyond Dunharrow and the Dimholt Vale lies the Dark Door, entrance to the perilous Paths of the Dead. No mortal feet dare walk this road, for the way beneath the mountains is guarded by an army of lifeless spectres ruled by the treacherous King of the Dead.

In ages long past these oath-breakers were cursed by Prince Isildur, who punished them for their faithlessness by binding them to wait in darkness upon the forgiveness of his kin. Only the true heir of Isildur can someday command the King and his army, granting them the chance to redeem their treachery and be released from the world.

The latest in WETA's range of minature figures, The King of the Dead is an essential part of your Lord of the Rings collection. Sculpted by the same artists who work on our film projects, this minutely detailed piece is crafted in tinted translucent polyresin and stands at 7-inch tall - a perfect size for your desktop or bookshelf.

Product size: 17 x 18 x 9 cm*

Gandalf on Gwaihir Miniature

 

Weta 2583, 2018. Height: 6"/20 cm.*

Immortal beings many times the size of ordinary birds of prey, the Great Eagles of the Misty Mountains flew so high that the only the sharp eyes of Elves could discern them in the blue.

Invisible and untouchable, their mastery of the sky was unrivalled till Saurons Ringwraiths took to the air upon the backs of fell winged beasts during the War of the Ring. Even the Dragons of old could not match their aerial prowess, and so keen was their sight that they marked even the stirring of a mouse upon the mountainside. Orcs tread openly on the slopes at their peril, and Wargs kept to the deep forests where trees shielded their passing.

In the days of the Third Age the mightiest of the Eagles was Gwaihir the Windlord. Friend to Gandalf the Grey, he bore the Wizard upon his back and more than once flew to his aid when great need called.