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Rawcliffe Ringwraith

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Rawcliffe Lord of the Rings Pewter Figurine Series

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Pictured Left Top: Pewter Ringwraith
2002
$25
This pewter Ringwraith figurine is 2 inches tall on a 1.5 inch circular base.
The Nine Nazgul (Ringwraiths) were the most terrifying servants of Sauron. Offered Rings of Power by Sauron, these Kings of Men, were enslaved to his will. Having been assembled into a cohesive group by the Witch-king of Angmar after the fall of Angmar, the Ringwraiths sacked Minas Ithil on the border of Mordor and renamed it Minas Morgul. Serving their master for over four thousand years, the Ringwraiths finally perished in the War of the Ring at the end of the Third Age of Middle-Earth as told in The Lord of the Rings.

Pictured Left Middle: Pewter Saruman
2002
$25
A wizard of tremendous power, Saruman the White was head of his order, the Istari. Having been sent to Middle-earth in the Second Age by the Valar, the Istari were charged with guiding the free peoples against the growing might of Sauron. Desirous of power himself, Saruman took the Numenorean stronghold of Orthanc as his own. Having been corrupted by Sauron through the controlled visions of the Palantir, Saruman turned traitor to his original mission. Relieved of power by Gandalf, Saruman would end up in the Shire with Wormtongue at his side, only to be killed by Grima with a knife in his back.

Pictured Left Bottom: Pewter Aragorn
2001
$25
2.25 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.
Raised by the Elves in the House of Elrond, Aragorn would live under an assumed named for his entire childhood. The servants of Mordor were many, and Elrond sought to conceal Aragorn's lineage for as long as possible. As a younger man, Aragorn would become a Captain of the Dunedain, and assisted many Kings in the south, including Thengel (Theoden's father) and Ecthelion the Second (Denethor's father).

These Hobbit, Lord of the Rings, and other lore of Middle-Earth pewter figurines are based upon the books, not the movie. Hand crafted and made in the USA.

 

Rawcliffe Orthanc Orc Orthanc Orc
2002
$25
2 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.
This Orthanc orc is wielding a sword in his right hand and shield in the left with an upraised hand on the shield.
This Orthanc Orc is more properly referred to as a Uruk-Hai Orc. Bred by Saruman in the depths of Isengard, the creatures were crosses between Men and the lesser Orcs of Mordor. Unlike Mordor Orcs, the Uruk-Hai could withstand sunlight, and were substantially larger. Most would perish with the host that assailed Helms Deep in Rohan.

Rawcliffe Balrog of Moria Balrog of Moria
2001
$55
4 x 4 1/4 high
This Rawcliffe figurine of The Balrog of Moria represents the only survivor of a race of creatures that were once a fairly numerous demon on the face of Middle-Earth. It was in the First Age that the Balrogs were originally summoned by Morgoth the Enemy to serve in his plans for dominion. Facing repeated attacks from the High Elves, Morgoth assembled the forces of darkness around him in Thangorodrim, it was at this time that Morgoth also twisted the Elves he captured into the creatures we know as Orcs. When Thangorodrim was broken, and Morgoth cast into the Void, this particular Balrog fled to the roots of the mountains under the Mines of Moria seeking perpetual darkness. The bane of the dwarves in Moria, this Balrog was finally brought down in the Third Age by Gandalf in the confrontation begun on the Bridge of Khazad-Dum.

Rawcliffe Lord of the Rings Boromir Boromir
2001
$25
2.5 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.
A mighty Captain of the Armies of Gondor, Boromir seeks answers to a dream that both he and his brother (Faramir) are having. He leaves for Rivendell believing that the answers may be found in the House of Elrond. Once there, Boromir is appointed to be one of the representatives of Men within the company known as The Fellowship of the Ring. Always seeking the defense of Gondor from the constant probing attacks of the enemy from Mordor, Boromir falsely believes that the One Ring could be a tool to strengthen Gondor. He seeks to take it by force from Frodo in a moment of weakness upon Amon Hen. After a brave stand against a company of Uruk-Hai, Boromirs body is laid to rest in one of the companies canoes, and sent over the Falls of Rauros, the mighty Horn of Gondor split in two.

Rawcliffe Frodo Baggins Frodo Baggins
2001
$15
1.5 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.
With the tragic death of his parents, in a boating accident on the Brandywine River, the young Frodo Baggins finds himself adopted by his uncle Bilbo of Hobbiton. Taking up residence in Bag End, the young Hobbit shares some of Bilbo's pension for adventure. It is on his uncles 111th Birthday that Frodo will find himself the new owner of both Bag End and a Ring. Following the events of The War of the Ring, Frodo will sail from the Grey Havens to the Undying West along with other ringbearers.

Rawcliffe Lord of the Rings Galadriel Galadriel
2001
$25
2.25 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.
Queen of Lothlorien, and mightiest of the Eldar still left in Middle-Earth, Galadriel ironically kept the Golden Wood hidden from the Eye of Sauron by the power of Nenya. Sister to Finrod, Galadriel and the members of her House of Noldor will ignore the orders of the Valar and make the passage to Middle-Earth in order to make war on Morgoth in the First Age. Originally forbidden from returning over the seas to the Undying West, in recognition of her efforts against Sauron, Galadriel will eventually be allowed to return. She sails with Bilbo, Frodo, and others, from the Grey Havens at the end of the Third Age.

Rawcliffe Lord of the Rings Gimli Gimli
2001
$25
2 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.
It is no small thing that Gimli, son of Gloin, will be allowed to sail to the Undying West along with Legolas in the Fourth Age. The mutual distrust between Elves and Dwarves has a long history. It was even more remarkable that these two were friends given where they each came from. The Dwarves of the Lonely Mountain, and the Wood-Elves of Mirkwood, shared much history and very little of it was happy. After the restoration of Erebor, Gloin had become an important dwarf in the Kingdom and was subsequently a fitting choice to be sent to the Council of Elrond in Rivendell. Gimli went along to accompany his father for the trip. Once there, Gimli is appointed representative of the race of dwarves within The Fellowship of the Ring. After the War of the Ring, Gimli will become the King of the Glittering Caves of Aglarond behind the mighty Rohan fortress of Helms Deep. In time, he will set sail with his friend Legolas.

Rawcliffe Lord of the Rings Legolas Legolas Greenleaf
2001
$25
2.75 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.
Actually the name Legolas MEANS "green-leaf" in the Sindarian form of the Elvish language. Son of King Thranduil of the woodland realm of Mirkwood, Legolas is sent to Rivendell to inform Elrond, and more likely Aragorn, that Gollum had escaped from the watchful but compassionate eyes of the wood-elves. It was chance that his arrival was timed for the start of the Council of Elrond. Chosen as the representative of the Elves within the company, Legolas becomes a member of The Fellowship of the Ring.

Rawcliffe Lord of the Nazgul Lord of the Nazgul
2001
$50
4.5 inches tall with 4.5 inch round base.
This Lord of the Nazgul figurine recreates the epic conflict and events that take place on the Pelennor Fields before the Gates of Minas Tirith. The Fell Beast of Mordor stands upon the body of Snowmane, with the broken King Theoden underneath, and the Witch-King of Angmar perched atop it. Eowyn, disguised as Dernhelm, stands before the Witch-King ready to defend her dying uncle, and the Hobbit Merry Brandybuck stands just alongside. It was Glorfindel, an age earlier at the breaking of Angmar, who would predict that the fall of the Witch-King would not come at the hands of a Man.

Rawcliffe Merry Brandybuck Merry Brandybuck
2001
$15
1.5 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.
One of the two younger Hobbits of the Shire appointed to The Fellowship of the Ring, Merry Brandybuck would play more than a small role in the outcome of the War of the Ring. It was perhaps one of the greatest strokes of luck in the War against Sauron that Merry Brandybuck should find his particular sword that day in the Barrow Downs. In all likelihood, no other blade would have caused any harm to the Witch-King other than the one he carried. After the War, Merry would become Master of Brandybuck Hall.

Rawcliffe Pippen Took Pippin Took
2001
$15
1.5 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.
One of the four original "conspirators" that accompany Frodo to his new home in Crickhollow. As a member of the Citadel Guard in Minas Tirith, Pippin Took will actually slay a huge troll on the Pelennor Fields. He will also play a crucial role in the overthrow of Saruman in the Shire before, during, and after the Battle of Bywater. In the years after the war, Pippin Took is appointed a counselor to the North-Kingdom under King Elessar, and made Thrain of the Shire.

Rawcliffe Sam Gamgee Samwise Gamgee
2001
$15
1.5 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.
A lover of soil, and all things that grow, Sam Gamgee would seem an unlikely Hobbit to be a hero in anything. However, the qualities of friendship and loyalty that Gandalf saw in Sam Gamgee are the same qualities that would make him a hero within the borders of Mordor. With Frodo fallen under the weight of the Ring, it is really Sam Gamgee that gets the two into Mount Doom. Following the war, he will become Mayor of Hobbiton, and as a ringbearer he will eventually sail to the Undying Lands with the permission of the Elves.

Rawcliffe Gandalf Saruman Gandalf & Saruman
September 2003
$38
This is a high-quality pewter figurine of Gandalf and Saruman together in a scene from The Two Towers. Gandalf, now Gandalf the White, is approaching the trapped Saruman on the stairs of Orthanc. It is here that Gandalf will break Saruman's Staff and replace him as head of his order. An officially licensed pewter Lord of the Rings figurine based upon the books, not the movie.

Rawcliffe Lord of the Rings Eowyn Eowyn
September 2003
$25
This is a high-quality pewter figurine of Eowyn wielding sword and shield as if on the Pelennor Fields. Eowyn is the sister of Eomer, and the niece of King Theoden. After the war, Eowyn will wed Prince Faramir of Gondor and they will live together in Emyn Arnen. An officially licensed pewter Lord of the Rings figurine based upon the books, not the movie, this Eowyn figurine is bound to please any collector.

Rawcliffe Lord of the Rings Eomer Eomer
$25
3.25 Inches Tall x 2.5 Inches Wide
Eomer was Third Marshall of the Mark. When his parents died, both he and Eowyn would be raised by King Theoden. With the passing of his uncle on the Pelennor Fields, Eomer would be named King of Rohan in his place. After the war, Eomer weds Lothiriel, the daughter of Prince Imrahil of Dol Amroth. The alliance between Gondor and Rohan would never be stronger than it was under Eomer and King Elessar. This is a high-quality pewter figurine of Eomer. An officially licensed pewter Lord of the Rings figurine based upon the books, not the movie.

Rawcliffe Lord of the Rings Elrond Elrond
September 2003
$25
Elrond was the bearer of the greatest of the three rings given to the Elves by Sauron, Vilya. The Son of Earendil, Elrond was present on the Dagorlad Plains as a Captain fighting under the Banner of Gil-Galad. In the middle of the Second Age Elrond would found Rivendell (Imladris) and use this hidden valley to keep safe the heirs of Isildur from the power of Sauron. This is a high-quality pewter figurine of Elrond of Rivendell. An officially licensed pewter Lord of the Rings figurine based upon the books, not the movie.

Rawcliffe Lord of the Rings Gandalf Gandalf
2001
$25
A member of the Istari, Gandalf proves to be perhaps the wisest of the five wizards. Using his wisdom as a shield against the machinations of both Saruman and Sauron for the benefit of the free peoples of Middle-Earth. During the War of the Ring, Gandalf will supplant Saruman as head of his order and break Saruman's Staff. After the war Gandalf will sail from the Grey Havens to the Undying West with the mighty Elven ringbearers (Cirdan, Elrond, and Galadriel). This pewter figurine of Gandalf stands 2.75 inches tall with 1.5 inch round base.

Rawcliffe Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil
2002
$25
This pewter figurine of Tom Bombadil stands 2.5 inches tall on a 1.5 inch circular base. Each pewter figurine features a character upon a base engraved with the characters name; in this case "Tom" meaning Tom Bombadil.
Known by many names to the different peoples of Middle-Earth Tom Bombadil is easily the most enigmatic character in Middle-Earth, He was oldest of all living creatures; "Tom was here before the rivers and the trees; Tom remembers the first raindrop and the first acorn". With his wife Goldberry, Tom Bombadil spends the Second and Third Ages living on the outskirts of The Old Forest, just outside the Shire, where he was well known to the Hobbits of Buckland who sang songs and told tales of this creature of the woods. In Fellowship of the Ring he handled the One Ring without care or concern for its nature, it had no effect on him at all.

Rawcliffe Goldberry Goldberry
2002
 $25
This Goldberry figurine is approximately 2 inches tall on a 1.5 inch circular base.
Goldberry was known to Tom Bombadil as "River-Daughter". She is wife of Old Tom Bombadil and the daughter of the River-Woman of the Withywindle. Together, Goldberry and Tom tend to the Old Forest, garden, and sing. Very little else is known about Goldberry.


Rawcliffe Vengeance of Smaug

Rawcliffe Bilbo Baggins Gollum
Rawcliffe The Hobbit Pewter Figurine Series

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Pictured Left Top: Vengeance of Smaug
2001
$85
This is a high-quality pewter figurine of Smaug the Golden, entitled the "Vengeance of Smaug". Smaug was amongst the most powerful of the Dragons of the North in the Third Age. His sacking of Erebor (The Lonely Mountain) and Dale (Lake-town on Long Lake) amassed him the greatest hoard of treasure still remaining in Middle-Earth at the time. He rested upon this treasure for two centuries before his vanity allowed for a small Hobbit of the Shire, Bilbo Baggins, to spy a weakness in his defenses. An officially licensed pewter figurine based upon the book "The Hobbit".

Pictured Left Bottom: Gollum & Bilbo Baggins
September 2003
$27
This is a high-quality pewter figurine of Gollum and Bilbo Baggins together in the Misty Mountains recreates the "Riddles in the Dark" chapter of The Hobbit". Having stumbled into Gollum's sanctuary deep in the Misty Mountains, Bilbo will end up across from a hungry Gollum, engaging in a game of riddles for his life. It is a fateful trick of the Ring that Bilbo would "What have I got in my pocket?". The answer would be guessed by Gollum, and a chain of events would begin that lead to Gollum's eventual downfall and the War of the Ring. An officially licensed pewter figurine based upon The Hobbit book.

These The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings, and other lore of Middle-Earth pewter figurines are based upon the books, not the movie. Hand crafted and made in the USA.

 

Rawcliffe Hobbit Smaug Guarding Treasure Rawcliffe Hobbit Smaug Guarding Treasure Smaug Guarding Treasure
2001
$50
Hater of things that ride barrels and come from the end of a bag, This pewter Smaug the Magnificent is prepared to guard his Lonely Mountain hoard against any thief who may attempt to take even a coin by force or stealth. Often referred to as Smaug the Golden, because the Lonely Mountain treasure he lays upon has crusted his belly with gold, this dragon would also guess the answers to some of the riddles posed by Bilbo Baggins. This pewter figurine of Smaug is based on the book "The Hobbit".


Rawcliffe Isildur Rawcliffe Middle-Earth Pewter Figurine Series

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Shown Left: Isildur
September 2003
$25
This is a high-quality pewter figurine of Isildur on the Dagorlad Plains, triumphantly holding aloft the One Ring, having just cut it from the hand of Sauron. Being immediately entranced by its power, Isildur will choose to keep the Ring rather than destroying it in the Fires of Mount Doom. Born in Numenor the son of Elendil the Tall, Isildur would share the Kingship of Gondor with his brother Anarion. It was Isildur that would build Minas Ithil only to barely escape its capture by the Witch-King of Angmar. An officially licensed pewter Lord of the Rings figurine based upon the books, not the movie.

These The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings, and other lore of Middle-Earth pewter figurines are based upon the books, not the movie. Hand crafted and made in the USA.

 

Rawcliffe Cold Drake Cold Drake Dragon
2001
$55
One of the type of dragons found in the Grey Mountains, this breed of Dragons, collectively referred to as Cold Drakes (they breathed no fire) forced the Dwarves back to Erebor. This Cold Drake stands 4 3/4 high.


Rawcliffe Scatha Rawcliffe Scatha Scatha (2 Photos)
2001
$85
Residing in the Grey Mountains, Scatha the Worm zealously guards his hoard of Dwarf treasure (like ya' do). This pewter figurine of Scatha is 4 1/2 inches tall x 6 1/4 long

Rawcliffe Fire Dragon Fire Dragon
2001
$50
9 inches long x 3 inches high