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Thranduil on Throne Masters Collection

 

Weta 3277. 1/6 scale.

Upon a raised throne, crowned with antlers of wood, he delivered judgement upon those fool enough to enter his domain unbidden...

All hail the next chapter in our Masters Collection. Thranduil, the Woodland King is the fourth in our line of fine art Middle-earth statues, and our first from The Hobbit motion picture trilogy - making this an auspicious collectible indeed.

Product size: 42x40x37"/105 x 100 x 92 cm

Limited to 400 pieces worldwide.*

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.*

Gandalf the Grey Pilgrim. 1/6 scale

 

Weta 2981. Classic Series.

Appearing to most as little more than a ragged old man beneath a wide-brimmed hat, Gandalf's shabby guise hid a power that only the wisest truly knew and few could match.

There are so many classic Gandalf moments, it was almost impossible to choose. But choose we did. Sculpted by our resident "Gandalf Master," Steven Saunders, Gandalf the Grey Pilgrim walks down the steps of Minas Tirith. Collect this highly detailed polystone figure solo or as a companion piece to Ringwraith of Mordor.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Lord of the Rings, we're going old school with a new range of Open Edition statues!

This special new line showcases Middle-earth's finest in signature poses and clothing. 

Dimensions: 10 x 15 x 10"/24 x 36 x 24 cm.*

Bilbo Baggins Classics Series. 1/6 scale

Available in February. You can pre-order

Weta 3756. 2022.

On the morning of his one-hundred and eleventh birthday, the eccentric master of Bag End huddles amid a jumble of paper and books, his quill a blur as he scratches at his memoir.

Miraculously hale for one of his advanced years, Bilbo Baggins is no ordinary Hobbit. A small person he might be, but his has been as long and storied life, and he pursues the self-appointed duty to record it in every detail with a furious fervour.

It is for Bilbo's young cousin Frodo, and other Hobbits like him, that he is compelled to write. Age creeps upon Bilbo, little by little, and that Tookishness in his blood stirs wistful thoughts of far off mountains and friends long gone. His mind is made up; plans are set. Now all he needs is time to finish what he has begun, if those unwanted guests would stop ringing the bell!

A story is only as good as the one who tells it. Here the adventurous Hobbit scrawls out his tales in the comfort of his own home, free to let his mind wander whilst safe and warm. Daniel Cockersell honours Sir Ian Holm by capturing the moment that Bilbo starts writing the story that will be loved by all.

Product features

- 1:6 scale;
- Made from high-quality polystone and miniature paper props;
- Sculpted by Daniel Cockersell, David Tremont & Leonard Ellis;
- An iconic scene, recreated in celebration of the LOTR 20th anniversary;
- Includes miniature versions of the original film paper props, created by calligrapher Daniel Reeve;
- Loose paper props can be dressed and positioned as desired;
- Signature pose and clothing.

Dimensions: 10x8x10"/24,5 x 22,5 x 24,5 cm*

Bilbo Baggins at Bag End. 1/6 scale

Available in Feburary. You can pre-order

Weta 3272. 2022.

On the Morning of his one-hundred and eleventh birthday, the eccentric master of Bag End huddles amid a jumble of paper and books in his study, his quill a blur as he scratches at his memoir.

"Miraculously hale for one of his advanced years, Bilbo Baggins is no ordinary Hobbit. A small person he might be, but his has been a long and storied life, and he pursues the self-appointed duty to record it in every detail with a furious fervour.

Gossip and disapproval swirl among the respectable citizens of Hobbiton where the old bachelor is concerned. "He entertains Dwarves," they mutter under furrowed brows. ""He talks to Elves and consorts with Wizards." Wide-eyed children hang on the tales of Bilbo's adventures, while parents tut-tut and shake their heads, suppressing 'unhealthy curiosity' while NOT listening with an attentive ear. "That old Bilbo's not right in the head; too much of a Took," they proclaim a little too loudly. "But there is gold in Bag End," they whisper to one another with furtive glances, "And other secrets, besides."

Bilbo laughs at the provincial mutterings of his neighbours and loves them just the same. They'll never grasp what he has seen, but some among them show promise. It is for Bilbo's young cousin Frodo, and some other Hobbits like him, that he is compelled to write. Age creeps upon Bilbo, little by little, and that Tookishness in his blood stirs wistful; thoughts of far off mountains and friends long gone. His mind is made up; plans are set. Now all he needs is time to finish what he has begun, if they'd just stop ringing the bell!"

Product features

- 1:6 scale;
- Limited Edition size to be confirmed;
- Made from high-quality polystone and miniature paper props;
- Sculpted by Daniel Cockersell, David Tremont & Leonard Ellis;
- An iconic scene, recreated in celebration of the LOTR 20th Anniversary;
- Immaculately detailed, cross-section of Bag EndTM;
- Includes miniature versions of the original film paper props, created by calligrapher Daniel Reeve;
- Featuring exactly 111 miniature items from Bilbo Baggins study;
- Loose paper props can be dressed and positioned as desired;
- An abundance of hidden easter eggs to be found!"

Dimensions: 20x12x14"/52 x 29 x 36 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.*

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.*

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.*

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.*

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.*

Saruman the White at Dol Guldur 1/6 scale

The Battle of the Five Armies

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

 

Ringwraith of Forod 1/6 scale

In darkness and under spells of concealment, cruel things have gathered in the ruins of Dol Guldur. Piercing the oppressive gloom, a pale light made its way through mirk and thorns: the Lady Galadriel, radiant and pure, shadows flickering and fleeing before her.

Yet her passage through this lair of the enemy would not go unchallenged. Summoned from their barred tombs, the Nine rose to surround the lone Elf: undead Ringwraiths, greatest servants of the Dark Lord Sauron. No mere mortal thralls, the Nazgul were spirit beings, bound to their Master by the Rings of Power they bore, gifts to them in an age long past, when they were living men. From all corners of Middle-earth they had come, flocking to their Lord on the promises of power, knowledge and riches: from Forod, the north; Harad, the south; from the east; and from the west. Eagerly they had accepted the Rings proffered them by Sauron, flattered and hungry, and in return they surrendered their eternal souls to the Deceiver. Their bodies long since spent, they gathered in Dol Guldur as grim echoes of their former selves, yet more potent for the irresistible might of their master flowing through them. Wielding terror and despair like the savage blades gripped in their mailed hands, they closed upon the White Lady like the folding wings of a great, black bird.

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

Product size: 50 x 36 x 22 cm*

Ringwraith of Mordor 1/6 scale

 

Weta 3265. 2021.

One of the most chilling characters in The Fellowship of the Ring, captured in sculpture by Brigitte Wuest. We've recreated the classic Ringwraith portrait at the scene of Bree, complete with highly detailed fabric folds and textures. The perfect size for your shelf or desk display, or, alternatively, your nightmares.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Lord of the Rings, we're going old school with a new range of Open Edition statues!

This special new line showcases Middle-earth's finest in signature poses and clothing. Our first releases are companion pieces, available for pre-order now - so you can have them on your shelf in time for the celebrations.

Dimensions: 10 x 19 x 10"/24 x 46 x 24 cm*

The Witch-king and Frodo at Weathertop. Weta 2853

 

Weta. 2020. Limited to 700 copies. 14x16x9"/36x41x24 cm. The iconic scène of Frodo being stabbed by the Witch-king at Weatertop.*

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.*

Torturer of Dol Guldur 1/6 scale

 

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*

Grishnákh 1/6 scale

 

Weta 2619. A particularly cruel and conniving Orc, Grishnákh was the leader of a small troop sent to meet up with Uglúk's Uruk-hai scouts. Suspicious and greedy, Grishnákh was curious about the Wizard Saruman's plans for the captive Hobbits Merry and Pippin.

Though his followers were concerned with little other than their grumbling stomachs, the seed of some greater purpose had taken hold in Grishnákh's mind. When the troop was attacked upon the eaves of Fangorn Forest by Rohirrim horsemen, the scheming Orc sought to use the cover of battle to sneak away with Uglúk's charges.

Even impaled by a spear, Grishnákh's ambitions were undaunted. Bent-backed and bow-legged, with black blood seeping from his gruesome wound, he pursued the Hobbits into the twisted woodland intent on murdering them and taking whatever prize they carried for himself.

Grishnákh is brought to you by master sculptor Jamie Beswarick, an accomplished artist who is one of Weta Workshop's longest-serving crew members, being part of the original Lord of the Rings crew. Grishnákh stands complete in 1:6 scale: weapon raised above his captives, moments before he met his death. This statue is available in a Limited Edition of just 500.

Product size: 34 x 25 x 30 cm*

Galadriel at the White Council

Available in December. You can pre-order
Weta 3303. 2021. From New Line Cinema, Peter Jackson and Warner Bros, comes J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, brought to the big screen in an epic trilogy. Weta Workshop was thrilled to return to Middle-earth once again, contributing design, specialty props and specialty costumes to all three films.

Among the oldest beings in Middle-earth, the Lady Galadriel was wise beyond the measure of mortal men. Many wars she has seen, and many friends lost. Sorrow and farsightedness kept shuttered the furnace that burned within her, restraining the fiery wrath of her Noldorin heritage.

FEATURES:

- Highly detailed & realistic
- Made from high quality polystone
- Entry level 1:6 scale collectible
- A part of the popular Classic Series Middle-earth range from Weta Workshop
- Sculpted by artists of film
- Dimensions: 8x15x8"/20 x 39 x 20 cm*

Lord Elrond at Dol Guldur 1/6 scale

 

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

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.*

Legolas and Gimli at Amon Hen 1/6 scale

Available in May. You can pre-order

Weta 3266. 2021.

 1:6 scale;
- Limited Edition of 950 pieces;
- Made from high-quality polystone;
- Features Legolas Greenleaf and Gimli, son of Gloin, on one base;
- Scene from the fateful battle at Amon Hen;
- Sculpted by Jane Wenley;
- Sculptors' reference include screen used costumes and weapons from the film;
- Complements the existing Amon Hen battle statues of Boromir, Lurtz and Aragorn;

Dimensions: 18.5x11x13"/46 x 27 x 32 cm*

Arwen and Frodo on Asfaloth. 1/6 scale

 

Weta 2637. 2019.

When Aragorn and his hobbit charges were hunted through the wilds of Eriador by Sauron's Ringwraiths, the Elf princess Arwen seized sword and saddle, and rode from Rivendell to meet him. In the Trollshaw Forest Arwen found her love, but the Wraiths were close.

Hobbit Frodo Baggins had been stabbed by a Morgul blade, and even now its shard worked its way ever closer to his heart. On foot they had no chance, but holding Frodo to her, Arwen spurred her valiant mount Asfaloth into the sprint of his life. With the Nine Nazgûl at their heels, Arwen and Frodo rode alone for the Ford of Bruinen, where she hoped the enchanted waters of her father's home might protect them from their pursuers.

Sculpted by the masterful Jane Wenley, Arwen and Frodo on Asfaloth joins 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: 33 x 40 x 25 cm

Limited to 750 pieces.*

Tauriel of the Woodlands 1/6 scale

 

Weta 2635. Captain of the King's guards, Tauriel was a Silvan Elf of the Woodland Realm. Though considered young among her kind, with but a few centuries of experience, Tauriel was spirited and bright. Her prowess as a warrior saw her lead hunting parties into the glowering dark of Mirkwood to burn out infestations of spiders and other foul things that now haunted the once fair forest.

As a character who was specifically created for The Hobbit motion picture trilogy, Tauriel presented a unique challenge to Weta Workshop's Design Studio. Designers sought to strike a balance between fierce huntress and feminine Elf through weapons and costume. Weta Workshop designer Paul Tobin matched Tauriel's fighting strength to that of Legolas with a signature set of daggers.

For wardrobe, costume designer Lesley Burkes Harding created a sense of continuity with Arwen's riding outfit in The Lord of the Rings. Rather than Elven silks beneath the travelling cloak, Tauriel wore a deerskin jacket and leather cuirass befitting the Captain of Thranduil's Guard. The leather armour was constructed by Weta Workshop's Cathy 'Tree' Harris, with leaf detailing by Kelly Marie and Daniel Falconer.

Capturing all this fine detail, from dual daggers to decorated armour, was sculptor Gary Hunt - no stranger to Middle-earth, having worked on both The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. Using the original screen-used daggers and costume as reference, Gary worked digitally in Zbrush to bring Tauriel to life.

Dimensions: 23 x 37,5 x 18 cm

Limited to 800 pieces.*

Éomer on Firefoot 1/6 scale

 

Weta 2638. Nephew of ailing King Théoden of Rohan and captain of the Mark, Éomer was as loyal to his liege as the truest Rohirrim, but for questioning the orders of Gríma Wormtongue, the horse lord was banished. Taking his Éored, he rode from Edoras to make private war upon the Orcs that had invaded their realm, even as Théoden turned a blind eye.

In truth the fallen Wizard Saruman had gained influence over Rohan's king by sorcery. Upon the return of Gandalf Théoden was freed of Saruman's grip, but not before much of his country had been usurped or put to flame. As Saruman's legions marched upon them, the Rohirrim fled to the fortress of Helm's Deep to mount a last stand against the Wizard's hordes. Outnumbered and outmatched, the few defenders held as long as they could, but defeat loomed.

Then suddenly, as the first rays of sunlight crested the rise to the east, a great host of riders appeared, their spears gleaming in the radiance of the dawn. Led by Éomer upon his brave horse Firefoot, the Riders of Rohan streamed headlong down the scree slope, voices united in a mighty yell and swords held aloft. Like the coming of the tide they swept over the army of Isengard, saving their king, his people, and their realm.

Eomer 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: 40 x 53 x 22 cm

Limited to 750 pieces.*

Dwarves of the Iron Hills 1/6 scale

 

Seizing on news of Smaug's death to reclaim lost heirlooms and return past wrongs, King Thranduil marched his vast army of Elves out of Mirkwood to climb the slopes of the Lonely Mountain. There he found Thorin Oakenshield holed up behind a fortress of rock, bellicose and proud as ever, even as rank upon rank of perfectly arranged Elven warriors poured into the valley before his gate, their mail, helms and spearpoints shining in the sun like an ocean of silver.

The latest in our 1:6 scale line, the Mirkwood Elf Soldier is designed to accompany the Dwarf Soldiers of the Iron Hills. Although available as standalone statues, we recommend displaying them as one dynamic scene, straight out of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.

Simply detach your Mirkwood Elf carefully from his base, connecting his back foot to the epaulette of your lead Dwarf Soldier. In an instant, these warriors of Middle-earth are poised to attack!

Edition Size: 750.*

Gamling 1/6 scale (5/12)

 

A soldier of Rohan in King Théoden's royal guard, Gamling was sworn to protect the throne, but the loyal warrior's allegiances were tested when Gandalf the White and his companions came to Edoras to seek audience with the king. Ailing and in the sway of Gríma Wormtongue, Théoden was not himself.

When Wormtongue's men drew blades against the guests and the Wizard advanced upon the undefended king, Gamling was moved to intervene, but his sword was stayed by fellow guard Háma, who perceived Gandalf's true intentions. Thanks to the Wizard's help, Théoden and the land of Rohan were both freed from the corrupt counselor's grip.

With new purpose, King Théoden rallied the Rohirrim and led them to Helm's Deep, a mighty fortress of stone built into the White Mountains. Gamling rode with his king and fought ever at his side, surviving both the perilous journey to the Deep and the fearsome siege brought against them there by the fallen Wizard Saruman.

Gamling is brought to you by sculptor Gary Hunt, an accomplished artist who is one of Weta Workshop's longest-serving crew members, being part of the original Lord of the Rings crew.

Product size: 27 x 37 x 17 cm. Limited to 375 copies.*

Royal Guard of Rohan 1/6 scale

 

Calling upon those who dwelt upon the plains in scattered hamlets, farms and outlying villages, the kingdom of Rohan could muster a grand army of riders in times of great need, but few among the defenders bore arms every day.

Farmers, herders, trade and craftsmen, most led lives of quiet, tending to their work to feed their families. Yet even in times of peace and plenty the kings of Rohan also maintained a standing force of dedicated royal guards to protect the throne and other vital sites within the realm.

Unlike the plainsmen, who brought and cared for their own arms when called, Rohan's royal guards were provisioned by the king and wore uniforms marking their station. Standing at attention outside the Golden Hall, they were clad in hauberks of scaled mail, with girded swords, broad pauldrons, cloaks of royal green, and tall helms that gleamed beneath a bright sky.

Rohan Royal Guard is brought to you by sculptor Gary Hunt, an accomplished artist who is one of Weta Workshop's longest-serving crew members, being part of the original Lord of the Rings crew.

Product size: 27 x 37 x 17 cm

Limited to 375 pieces.*