In Middle-Earth's Third Age, Thorin Oakenshield and his company of Dwarves came upon a troll lair in Rhudaur. There Thorin found an ancient Elven sword named Orcrist, forged by the High Elves of the West in Gondolin. Thorin claimed Orcrist for his own and vowed to cleave goblins with it once again. The blade of Orcrist features a curved leaf shape on one side and a straight edge on the other, a fitting design for a blade meant to cleave orcs and goblins. Adorning the pommel is an emblem of the heraldry of Ecthelion of the Fountain. The hilt is shaped from the tooth of a dragon. This authentically detailed replica is a reproduction of the actual filming prop built by Weta Workshop and used in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. The sword is 38 3/4" long and features a stainless steel blade with an etched runic inscription. The hilt is crafted with solid metal parts, simulated gem stones, and an acrylic resin grip cast from the original prop. It is presented with a wood wall display and includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
In Shops: Mar 20, 2013
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