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WETA Hobbit White Council Chamber

WETA Hobbit White Council Chamber

WETA Hobbit White Council Chamber

WETA Hobbit White Council Chamber

WETA Workshop Hobbit Unexpected Journey Environments

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Pictured Left Top: Hobbit Unexpected Journey White Council Chamber
WETA Workshop
January, 2014
$125 US
Availability: Shipping World Wide
Dimensions: 4.9" x 5.1" x 5.1" (H x W x D)
12.5 cm x 13 cm x 13 cm
Weight: 2.0 lbs (900 g)
The White Council Chamber was sculpted by David Tremont and Leonard Ellis.

At the lip of a waterfall with breathtaking views over the hidden valley to the east stands an airy dome of carved stone. A roof of delicately interlaced stone tracery perches atop twenty-four elegant carved pillars, each gently entwined by snaking vines. In the centre sat a broad, flat table around which Rivendell’s Lord Elrond played host to members of the White Council. In this chamber, with the roar of the waterfall underlining the gravity of their discourse and the stars overhead, a gathering of wise Elf Lords and members of the Order of Wizards convenes to debate whisper of the return of their ancient enemy. Saruman the White, leader of the council and greatest of the Istari, casts doubt upon the signs and evidence brought before them by his fellow Wizard, Gandalf the Grey, but standing with Gandalf at the break of dawn, the Lady Galadriel of Lórien reassures her long time friend of the esteem and trust with which she regards him. Beneath the pale stone arch and as the first light of day sets her hair ablaze with shining gold, she promises to be at his side when needed most. Weta is very proud to announce the first collectible environment from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Weta's legacy of finely crafted minitures from Middle-earth continues with this iconic piece from the first movie. The White Council Chamber environment from Weta is based on the set featured in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and built by a team of the same artists and craftsmen that work on our movies. The piece features a removable domed roof that allows a peek into Elrond's chamber.

 

WETA Hobbit 1 Bagshot Row Hobbit Unexpected Journey 1 Bagshot Row Hobbiton
WETA Workshop
August, 2013
$40 US
Availability: Shipping World Wide
Dimensions: 2.4" x 4.7" x 2.2" (H x W x D)
6 cm x 12 cm x 5.5 cm
Weight: 0.4 lbs (200 g)
1 Bagshot Row was sculpted by David Tremont and Leonard Ellis.
Scattered among the grassy hills of Hobbiton like a purse full of lost coins, the bright round doors of many dozen Hobbit-holes shine in bright, summery hues, each home to a Hobbit or family of the little people. As diverse as the rosy-cheeked Hobbits themselves, every smial, as Hobbit-holes are known, reflects the unique personality of its inhabitant and nestles into the hillside amid a sea of lush greenery. Crowned by the resplendent Bag End, Bagshot Row is dotted with a handful of more modest dwellings, bearing wreaths of flowers and painted door faces. 1 Bagshot Row, where notable occupants over the years have included one Samwise Gamgee and his Rosie Cotton, is the first home in a series of collectible Hobbit Hole environments from the artists at Weta. Each an individual dwelling, the Hobbit holes lend themselves splendidly to creative placement in your cabinet. With a flat back and shallow depth of only 55mm, they can be placed on mantles, cornices, shelves and in windows. This gorgeous little environment is an exacting miniature replica of the movie set that can be visited at Hobbiton in Matamata, New Zealand. It was created by the same artists and craftspeople who worked on the movie.

WETA Hobbit 40 Bagshot Row Hobbit Unexpected Journey 40 Bagshot Row Hobbiton
WETA Workshop
August, 2013
$40 US
Availability: Shipping World Wide
Dimensions: 2.4" x 4.7" x 2.2" (H x W x D)
6 cm x 12 cm x 5.5 cm
Weight: 0.4 lbs (200 g)
1 Bagshot Row was sculpted by David Tremont and Leonard Ellis.
Scattered among the grassy hills of Hobbiton like a purse full of lost coins, the bright round doors of many dozen Hobbit-holes shine in bright, summery hues, each home to a Hobbit or family of the little people. As diverse as the rosy-cheeked Hobbits themselves, every smial, as Hobbit-holes are known, reflects the unique personality of its inhabitant and nestles into the hillside amid a sea of lush greenery. Crowned by the resplendent Bag End, Bagshot Row is dotted with a handful of more modest dwellings, bearing wreaths of flowers and painted door faces. Neighbouring Bilbo Baggins on the left is the warm red door of number 40 Bagshot Row, a humble Hobbit-hole when compared to Bag End, modestly dressed with small white flowers and a stone slab porch. Well kept in true Hobbit fashion, it overlooks the Party Field and the Party Tree and is the second home in a series of collectible Hobbit Hole environments from the artists at Weta.


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Shown Left: Mines of Moria Environment
Sideshow Collectibles /WETA Workshop
November 2004
$200, 200 Euro
 7.5" H (191mm) x 7.5" W (191mm) x 12" D (304mm)
10.00 lbs (4.32 Kg)
Material: Polystone
Item # 9710
Artist: Mary Maclachlan

North of Lothlorien lies the Misty Mountains, and below their towering peaks are the Mines of Moria. Carved out of living rock an age before, the Mines of Moria are now home to a sub-breed of Orcs known as Moria Orcs, trolls, and other evils. Our Fellowship, attempting the Pass of Cahadras are halted by the wizardry of Saruman in Orthanc. Forced to take a path through the mountain -- a path long feared by Gandalf, for the greatest of ancient evils that lurks there, a Balrog of Morgoth. This Mines of Moria environment is expertly captured by this heavyweight polystone piece. It is adorned with the Mines of Moria name, Lord of the Rings logo and hand-numbered edition size.

 

Sideshow Collectibles Amon Hen Sideshow Collectibles Amon Hen Amon Hen
Sideshow Collectibles /WETA Workshop
Fall/Winter 2005
$100, 100 Euro
9” L (229mm) x 5.25” W (133mm) x 3.5” T (89mm)
6.00 lbs (2.59 Kg)
Material: Polystone
Item # 9705
Limited Edition of 1500
Artist(s): Tim Wigmore of Weta Workshop
Drawing up at the bank of the Nen Hithoel Lake on the Anduin River, the Fellowship beach their Elven boats and prepares to make camp on the slopes of Amon Hen above Rauros Falls. A gentle hill, crowned by ancient ruins of the Seeing Seat, this hill of Amon Hen is densely wooded, making it easy to become lost or ambushed. Amongst the Fellowship, only Legolas feels a creeping onset of fear as a nameless danger seems to draw about them. A company of Uruk-Hai scouts, sent by Saruman, approaches, and a fateful moment draws near. As the party disperses to gather firewood, Frodo Baggins finds himself alone with Boromir and power of the Ring begins to work its evil upon this great warrior of Gondor. As seen in Fellowship of the Ring, this polystone Amon Hen environment captures these ancient ruins of the Seeing Seat, where Frodo Baggins encounters the farseeing Eye of Sauron. Each piece is hand cast and hand painted. Underside of Amon Hen environment base includes artist's signature and edition size.

Sideshow Collectibles Minas Morgul Minas Morgul
Sideshow Collectibles / WETA Workshop
Est. Shipping Weight: 5.00 lbs (2.27 kg)
Material: Polystone
Item # 9711
Limited Edition of 8500
Artist(s): Weta Workshop
Under art direction of visual effects artist Richard Taylor and director Peter Jackson, Sideshow / Weta Collectibles is proud to present this Minas Morgul polystone environment. Crafted by artists who worked on films, this Minas Morgul environment, combined with our Minas Tirith environment, create a bookend set, perfect for displaying with your library or DVD collection. This collectible is limited to 8,500 pieces world-wide and will be shipping beginning mid-January of 2005. Offer of this limited edition Minas Morgul Environment is only available through Return of the King Collector's DVD Gift Set. Please check your gift set for Minas Morgul offer materials enclosed inside.

Sideshow Collectibles Helms Deep Sideshow Collectibles Helms Deep Helm's Deep
Sideshow Collectibles /WETA Workshop
May/June 2004
$125, 125 Euro
6" H (153mm) x 7.25" W (184mm) x 11" D (279mm)
8.00 lbs (3.46 Kg)
Material: Polystone
Item # 9703
Helm's Deep in Rohan, and the Glittering Caves of Aglarond behind it, are all that protect people of Rohan from an onslaught of Saruman's Uruk-Hai army. Located in northern valleys of White Mountains, Helm's Deep is a critical turning point for fate of men in the Two Towers. This Helm's Deep environment is expertly captured in this heavyweight polystone sculpture, complete with Deeping wall and its ornate fortress of the Hornburg. This limited edition collectible comes adorned with Helm's Deep name, movie logo and hand-numbered edition size.

Sideshow Collectibles Golden Hall Golden Hall
Sideshow Collectibles /WETA Workshop
May/June 2004
$125, 125 Euro
4.5" H (114mm) x 7.25" W (184mm) x 11" D (279mm)
8.00 lbs (3.46 Kg)
Material: Polystone
Item # 9704
Situated in the hills at the base of the White Mountains stands Meduseld, the Golden Hall at Edoras in Rohan. The Golden Hall has been the high seat of the Kings of Rohan since it was completed by the 2nd King of Rohan, Brego, in the Third Age. Now the seat of power for King Theoden, this Golden Hall environment is expertly captured by this heavyweight polystone and adorned the Golden Hall name, the movie logo and the hand-numbered edition size.

Sideshow Collectibles Weathertop Weathertop Environment
Sideshow Collectibles /WETA Workshop
Fall 2005
$100, 100 Euro
approx. 4" H (102mm) x 5.5" W (140mm) x 9" D (229mm)
8.00 lbs (3.46 Kg)
Material: Polystone
Item # 9707
Long ago the North-kingdom of Arnor was the site of the beautiful ancient watchtower of Amon Sűl, now the flat summit of Weathertop is now a waning jumble of dead ruins. All around this windswept hill the desolate rolling Weather Hills stretch under a leaden sky. In their flight from Ringwraiths, Frodo Baggins and his party are lead to Weathertop by Strider (Aragorn). There, the Hobbits are overtaken by the Nazgul and the Dunedain Ranger must use all his warrior’s skill to defend them. Ruined and aged, this watchtower of Amon Sűl on Weathertop environment is expertly captured in heavyweight polystone. Base bottom features the Lord of the Rings movie logo and hand-numbered edition size.

Sideshow Collectibles Buckleberry Ferry Bucklebury Ferry
Sideshow Collectibles /WETA Workshop
Fall 2005
$100, 100 Euro
approx. 9” L (229mm) x 5.25” W (133mm) x 3.25” T (83mm)
8.00 lbs (3.46 Kg)
Material: Polystone
Item # 9709
Pursued by Ringwraiths as they try to leave the Shire, Frodo Baggins and Sam Gamgee fall in with Frodo's cousins, Merry Brandybuck and Pippin Took. Merry's quick thinking saves them, as he leads them to the Bucklebury Ferry crossing. The only crossing of Brandywine River for twenty miles, the tiny Bucklebury Ferry is just large enough to accommodate the Hobbits and they are just fast enough to move beyond reach of a Ringwraith that chases Frodo Baggins to the River's edge. As seen in Fellowship of the Ring, this polystone Bucklebury Ferry environment captures this ferry and west bank of Brandywine River. Every detail is present, including wooden dock where thwarted Ringwraith let loose with his piercing and anguished cry. Sculpted by WETA Workshop artist Rebecca Asquith. Underside of the Bucklebury Ferry environment base includes artist's signature and edition size.

Sideshow Collectibles Orthanc Tower Orthanc Tower
Sideshow Collectibles / WETA Workshop
August 2003 US / Sept 2003 Europe
$95.00
This 11.75" H X 2.5" W tower replica stands on a 9.5" L X 5.5" W sculpted base.
Carved in ages past out of black stone by the people of Numenor, Orthanc Tower is the towering monolith of Isengard and home to fallen wizard, Saruman. Once surrounded by parkland and trees, Saruman's Orcs made a wasteland of the Orthanc tower's grounds in order to feed Saruman's, fume-belching, subterranean factories. Despite the complete destruction of Isengard by Treebeard and the Ents, the Tower of Orthanc itself was unassailable.


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Shown Left: Bag End
WETA Workshop - New Zealand
February 2011
Dimensions:5.9" x 11.8" x 7.1" (H x W x D)
Weight: 5.1lbs (2.3 Kg)

Nestled in the gently rolling green hills of the Shire is the village of Hobbiton, a sleepy assemblage of stone buildings and burrows, home to the diminutive Hobbits. Overlooking the village from the hill at the end of Bagshot Row is Bag End, the stately underground abode of Bilbo Baggins, an eccentric Hobbit widely acknowledged about town as having cracked some years ago, and his nephew and ward Frodo Baggins, who is certainly in the process of cracking. Consorting with Wizards, Dwarves and other strange folk with dangerous ideas, the Bagginses maintain a museum of sorts in their home, the various rooms of Bag End being stuffed with treasures and trinkets accumulated over the years by Bilbo either on his adventures or as gifts from his peculiar company. But extraordinary as its occupants and contents might be, the abiding atmosphere of Bag End itself is one of lazy comfort, from the pretty but slightly overgrown gardens that hug its eaves to the welcoming clutter inside it labyrinthine chambers. Reclined across the hillside in the shade of an old oak tree whose roots twist through its halls, Bag End reflects the gentle good humor of its hosts and the universal Hobbit love of simple pleasures. There have been Bagginess living under the hill for as long as anyone can remember, and there always will be. Created by some of the same artists and craftsmen who work on our movies, like Daniel Falconer, David Tremont, Daniel Cocker sell and several others. It's a real team effort to produce a piece like this Bag End.

 

WETA Workshop Argonath WETA Workshop Argonath WETA Workshop Argonath The Argonath
$200
June 22, 2010
Limited Edition of 500 pieces
Dimensions: 6.3" x 11" x 7.5" (H x W x D) 16 cm x 28 cm x 19 cm
Weight: 6.6lbs (3 Kg)
Sculpted by Mary Maclachlan
Mightiest river of Middle-earth, the great Anduin winds its way south along the eastern flank of the Misty Mountains toward the sea. As the Fellowship makes its way down river from Lothlorien in their Elven boats they are awed by the sight of the Argonath. Weta Workshop's return to Middle-earth and specifically to polystone collectibles is celebrated with the truly iconic Argonath. It continues on from previous environments that have been popular with collectors the world over. Long ago carved from the rocky hillsides upon either bank, these towering statues of the ancient Kings Elendil and his son Isildur stand with arms raised in warning to travellers from the north. For Aragorn it is a moment long sought, to look upon the carved faces of his kinsmen of old and the glory of ancient Gondor the Argonath represents.

WETA Workshop Prancing Pony WETA Workshop Prancing Pony WETA Workshop Prancing Pony The Prancing Pony
$200
January 2, 2011
Limited Edition of 500 pieces
Dimensions: 3.9" x 9.8" x 7.5" (H x W x D) 10 cm x 25 cm x 19 cm 
Weight: 3.3lbs (1.5 Kg)
Sculpted by Mary Maclachlan
Perched upon a crossroads in the northwest of Middle-earth, the small village of Bree is a quiet place. In the center of town, the Prancing Pony Inn is a home away from home for weary travelers from distant lands. Looking for Gandalf the Grey, Frodo Baggins and his companions seek shelter from the Ringwraiths who have pursued them through the wilderness, but there is little rest to be found at the Inn of the Prancing Pony this night. Unfriendly stares bear down on the fearful Hobbit party and Gandalf fails to appear. Amid the sodden patrons and hooded strangers Frodo Baggins and his Hobbit friends exchange fretful glances, while outside the terrifying Ringwraiths converge upon the town in search of their quarry. The Prancing Pony limited edition collectible environment continues the tradition from previous environments that have been popular with collectors the world over, such as Bag End, The Argonath, Khazad-Dűm, Buckleberry Ferry and many others.

WETA Workshop Rivendell WETA Workshop Rivendell WETA Workshop Rivendell WETA Workshop Rivendell Rivendell
$400
April 30, 2012
Open Edition
Dimensions: 7.9" x 18.1" x 12.2" (H x W x D) 20 cm x 46 cm x 31 cm
Weight: 13.2lbs (6 Kg)
Sculpted by the combined efforts of 14 people
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, who 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 in Rivendell provided a safe haven for Thorin Oakenshield's company during the quest to recover the Lonely Mountain from Smaug and Frodo Baggins's party when they sought refuge from Sauron's Ringwraiths. It was at Elrond's council in Rivendell that the Fellowship of the Ring was born and the quest for Mordor 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.

The Rivendell environment from Weta Workshop is based on the miniature featured in The Lord of the Rings and built by the same artists and craftsmen that work on our movies. It has resulted in a stunningly detailed Rivendell environment that evokes the serenity and peace of the House of Elrond. 1,200 hours of creativity and attention to detail went into this piece. Every tree, every ornament, every brick was considered and produced to make up the whole.

Rivendell is by some margin the biggest of The Lord of the Rings environments from Weta Workshop, such as Bag End, The Prancing Pony, The Argonath and others.

IMPORTANT: Unpacking your Rivendell: In order to ensure nothing happens to your Rivendell in transit, the base has been secured to the packaging with bolts. You will need to loosen these with the included wrench to remove your Rivendell environment.

Numbered Edition: The first 300 Rivendell sculptures ordered online are individually numbered on the base and the box. Subsequent orders will not be numbered but part of an open edition.

WETA Workshop Orthanc WETA Workshop Orthanc Orthanc - Black Tower of Isengard
$250
February 29, 2012
Open Edition
Dimensions: 16.9" x 11.8" x 7.1" (H x W x D) 43 cm x 30 cm x 18 cm
Weight: 4.2lbs (1.9 Kg)
Sculpted by David Tremont
In a great black tower in Isengard dwells Saruman the White. Before the great wizard was turned to the dark side, in the time when Gandalf sought council with Saruman - the head of his order - Isengard was lush and green and its gardens lent themselves well to a contemplative stroll. This Orthanc is the inspiration for Weta Workshop's latest environment from The Lord of the Rings. Weta has previously created an Orthanc environment based on Isengard AFTER Saruman and his orc cohorts felled the trees and turned the once-pleasant sanctuary into an industry of war and destruction. This new Orthanc environment, at just under 17 in (43cm), towers above the old collectible, which has allowed for intricate detail on Orthanc as well as the surrounding gardens. It joins previous environments from Weta Workshop, such as Rivendell and Bag End as well as the long sold-out Argonath and Prancing Pony.

Numbered Edition: The first 400 Orthanc sculptures ordered online will be individually numbered on the base and the box. Subsequent orders will not be numbered but part of an open edition.

The Barad-Dur
$700
January 2013
Limited edition of 1,000 pieces
Dimensions: 20-inches tall x 18-inches wide x 12-inches long.
Weight: 22-pounds

The menace of the Dark Lord from Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings is captured perfectly here with the Lord of the Rings Barad-dur Fortress of Sauron Statue! An exact model of the shooting miniature used by director Peter Jackson for the film trilogy, this statue stands 20-inches tall and weighs 22-pounds. Every crag, buttress, rampart, and pinnacle has been expertly reproduced by Weta Senior Model maker David Tremont and his team of model makers, sculptors, and painters. Barad-dur is different from other statues in that it's made from a combination of polystone and polyurethane. Being such a complex structure, the use of polyurethane ensures the smallest and finest details can be accurately reproduced with reduced risk of breakages. Picture how great your Orthanc statue will look paired with Barad-dur! For those who want to add a bit of movie magic to their sculpture of Barad-dur, Weta has created a free app for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. The Eye of Sauron app allows you to point your smartphone at the sculpture to get a feel for what it might be like to walk a mile in Frodo's shoes. Or Hobbit feet. Looming three-thousand feet over the parched plains of Mordor was the vast and terrible fortress of Barad-dur, the home of the Dark Lord Sauron. Held aloft by the iron will of its master, the great tower was the ultimate testimony to the might of Sauron. From its black stone summit the Dark Lord would cast his malevolent gaze across the desolate stretch of Gorgoroth to the west, seeking the return of the Ring that held the key to his dominion of Middle-earth. Torn down after his defeat at the Last Alliance of Men and Elves at the end of the Second Age, over centuries the Dark Tower was rebuilt even greater than it had been before, for while the Ring survived, the foundations of Sauron's power would always remain intact and his power grow again.


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Pictured Left Top: Fellowship Leaving Rivendell
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Art by: Jane Hart
5"

 

Danbury Mint Barad-Dur The Barad-dur
February 20, 2009
$100 US
Size is 13 3/8" in height.
Barad-Dur The Dark Tower of Sauron Sculpture Includes light up Eye of Sauron! beautifully detailed. Re-live the battle of "middle-earth" with this stunning lighted replica. This cold-cast porcelain sculpture will send a chill to any Lord of the Rings enthusiast.

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March 30 2009
$100.00 US
Actual size is 9-1/2" high x 11" wide
A spectacular lighted sculpture re-creating the imposing city from The Lord of the Ring. The base of the White Tower on top of the sculpture is lit by a white, replaceable LED bulb.


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"Hobbit Hut"
Made of crushed stone, hand painted
Sculpted by: Dennis Fairweather
3.5"
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