Weta The Hobbit The One Ring Gold Plated without runes plus Frodo Chain in Stock

This is Weta’s officially licensed replica of Frodo’s ‘The One Ring’ from director Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

Features:

  • 18K gold plated Tungsten Carbide
  • Produced via collaboration with Weta and Jens Hansen Gold & Silversmith
  • Crafted to the exact shape, thickness and proportions of the rings Jens Hansen has created for Weta
  • Weighted correctly
  • Smooth without Elvish runes

Includes a Wooden gift box:

  • Made from natural Cherry timber (opens with an almost invisible elastic hinge and closes with a strong rare-earth magnet)
  • With The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey logo on the outside and the logos of Weta and Jens Hansen on the inside.
  • The inside bottom of the box is lined with burgundy velvet.
  • Like anything made from natural timber, variations in grain and colour will occur and the colour may also change over time. This is an entirely natural process.

Includes authentic replica of Frodo’s ring carrying chain:

  • Exact replica of the 25 inch (65 cm) chain Frodo used to carry The One Ring around his neck.
  • Made from Sterling Silver
  • Designed and manufactured by Jens Hansen – Gold & Silversmith of Nelson, New Zealand, the makers and designers of the original movie prop for The Lord of the Rings.
  • Features the authentic and much sought-after S-shaped link seen in the close-up shots in the movies, an ancient clasp design that allows you to lock the chain at any length you desire.

You can get one of these from either of the following vendors (prices vary by vendor):

THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY – The One Ring (Gold Plated Without Runes) Plus Frodo Chain (via Amazon)

THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY – The One Ring (Gold Plated Without Runes) Plus Frodo Chain (via Ebay)

If you want one of these rings that actually has the runes inscribed, you can also get that from the link below:

THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY – The One Ring (Gold Plated With Runes) Plus Frodo Chain (via Amazon)

THE LORD OF THE RINGS Rivendell Diorama Statue

This is Weta Worskhop’s Rivendell Diorama Statue, reproducing the Rivendell environment as featured in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

This diorama is based on the miniature featured in The Lord of the Rings. It is built by the same artists and craftsmen who worked Peter Jackson’s epic films. The result is a stunningly detailed environment that evokes the serenity and peace of the House of Elrond.

This statue is the combined result of 14 artists and 1,200 hours of creativity and attention to detail. Every tree, every ornament, every brick was considered and produced to make up the whole.

Rivendell is by some margin the biggest of environments to feature in The Lord of the Rings.

Backstory:

Home to Elrond, Rivendell was founded in the year 1697 of the Second Age by the Elven Lord as a haven amid the growing darkness in the north of Middle-earth. Under the protection of Elrond’s Ring of Power Vilya, Rivendell was a sanctuary and meeting place for the forces of light and persisted in secrecy and security until the War of the Ring and the fall of Sauron, the enemy. There dwelt the Lady Arwen, and king in exile, Aragorn, came and went as he pleased. Bilbo Baggins called Rivendell home in his declining years, and often it hosted secret war councils and discussions among the leaders of the free peoples. The heirlooms of Middle-earth were gathered there in Elrond’s library: Narsil, the sword of Elendil that cut the Ring from Sauron’s hand, and Aiglos, the spear of Gil-Galad, among others. Imladris, the Last Homely House – the Elven settlement was known by many names, though its paths were shrouded in secrecy and enchantment. Perched among waterfalls in a hidden valley in the foothills of the Misty Mountains, Elrond’s home provided a safe haven for Thorin’s company during the quest for Erebor and Frodo’s party when they sought refuge from Sauron’s wraiths. It was at Elrond’s council in Rivendell that the Fellowship of the Ring was born and the quest to destroy the One began. Even beyond the end of the Third Age, when the Rings of Power were no more and Elrond had passed over the Sea, Rivendell remained, at least for a time, in the keeping of Elrond’s sons Elladan and Elrohir.

Dimensions: 7.9″ x 18.1″ x 12.2″ (H x W x D) (20 cm x 46 cm x 31 cm)

Weight: 23 pounds

This awesome collectible is priced at $399.95, and can be purchased at the link below (where you can also view more images):

THE LORD OF THE RINGS Rivendell Diorama Statue (via Ebay)

This is a rare original double-sided studio produced The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey poster featuring Ian McKellan as the wizard Gandalf. 

Double sided means that the poster is printed all the way through on both sides so that when placed in a light box (like in theaters) it displays better.

It is a brand new mint-condition “Advanced Version” poster from The Hobbit that is an original first year poster without credits included (later posters include the credits). This is also brand new and was never used in a theater.

Measures approximately 27x 41 inches (69×104 cms).

Movie posters are produced by the studios and sent for display in theaters to publicize their movies. This one was never sent. As such, it is a rare original The Hobbit poster and a genuine collector’s item.

Get it at the link below before they run out ($39.99):

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Original Double Sided Gandalf Movie Poster

This is a rare original double-sided studio produced The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey poster featuring Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins. 

Double sided means that the poster is printed all the way through on both sides so that when placed in a light box (like in theatres) it displays better.

It is a brand new mint-condition The Hobbit poster (final version) that includes credits but that was never used in a theater.

Measures approximately 27x 40 inches (69×104 cms).

Movie posters are produced by the studios and sent for display in theaters to publicize their movies. This one was never sent. As such, it is a rare original The Hobbit poster and a genuine collector’s item.

Get it at the link below before they run out ($39.99):

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Original Movie Poster (via Amazon)

This is pretty cool. It’s a prop replica of Bilbo Baggins’ Deed of Contract from Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.

Just as it appears in the film, this is an authentic screen-accurate version of Bilbo’s contract put together by the Noble Collection. Bilbo’s Deed of Contract is a paper given to Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) by the dwarves specifying his terms of involvement with the dwarves, including travel expenses, and Bilbo’s share of the treasure.

This prop replica measures 66-inches long x 10 3/4-inches wide when open.

It’s not out yet but can be pre-ordered in time for its official release in January 2013.

The link you need to get it is below:

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Bilbo Baggins Deed of Contract Prop Replica (via Entertainment Earth, $39.99)