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The Hobbit Beorn Pewter Goblet

The Hobbit Beorn Pewter Goblet

Dr. Graeme Anthony Pewter Goblet Set

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Pictured Left: Beorn Pewter Goblet
Graeme Anthony Pewter
June 2012
Price: $170
20 cms high (8 inches)
840 grams
Keeping the area between the Misty Mountains and Mirkwood safe, and the trade routes open, are the Man/Bear clan of the Beornings. Head of the clan is the ever grumpy Beorn. Living not far from the Carrock on the western side of the Misty Mountains, Beorn would probably prefer to tend his bees, instead he is frequently at odds with the Goblins (Orcs) of the Misty Mountains.

Produced by the designer of the Royal Selangor line of Lord of the Rings Goblets, these two new additions to the line are not associated with Royal Selangor. In an email correspondence with Dr. Graeme Anthony he said "Because of an ongoing difference of opinion with Selangor, (not being true enthusiasts, they are only interested in film releases and mass sales) I have not offered them the rights to make these goblets."

 

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Graeme Anthony Pewter
June 2012
Price: $170
20 cms high (8 inches)
840 grams
'At the Shire': This solid pewter receptacle has three incredibly detailed individual sculpted panels, each depicting a unique and memorable scene from Fellowship of the Ring. First panel features Bilbo Baggins examining the One Ring in Bag End, second panel shows Bilbo Baggins on stage at his birthday party, and third depicts Gandalf the Grey and Frodo Baggins riding in a horse drawn carriage through the Shire towards Hobbiton.

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Graeme Anthony Pewter
February 2013
Price: $170
20 cms high (8 inches)
920 grams, 10 fluid ounces
Dr. Graeme Anthonys' interpretation of what he thinks Bilbo would look like. Curley hair. pointy ears, not exactly a fine woollen scarf. Mischievious smile when not petrified


Burger King Lord of the Rings Glass Goblet Set

Burger King Fellowship of the Ring Glass Goblet Set

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Burger King
Late 2001

Included in the Burger King Glass Goblet set are; Aragorn (Strider), Arwen, Gandalf the Grey, and Frodo Baggins. Each came with a battery operated light-up base.


Noble Collection Lord of the Rings Goblets

Lord of the Rings Goblet Collection

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Noble Collection
2006
Price: $195

A set of six, decorated with artwork from cultures of Middle-earth, each is crafted in fine pewter and glass. Each glass is etched with Elvish script. Each measures 7 inches in height.


Lord of the Rings Mines of Moria Pewter Goblet

Lord of the Rings At the Shire Pewter Goblet

Fellowship of the Ring Pewter Goblet Set

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Pictured Top: 'Mines of Moria' Pewter Goblet
Noble Collection
Dec 2002
Price: $70
7.25 inches
Issue coincided with release of "Two Towers" Movie
'Mines of Moria': This solid pewter vessel has three incredibly detailed individual sculpted panels, each depicting a unique and memorable scenes from the Mines of Moria in Fellowship of the Ring. First panel features Gandalf reading a book, trying to find information on the One Ring in archives of Gondor, second panel shows members of the Fellowship at door to Mines of Moria, and third depicts Frodo Baggins and Cave Troll in the Mines of Moria. Webmaster Note: The depiction of Gandalf reading a book is more likely to be the book found in the Chamber of Mazarbul, the site of the tomb of Balin within the Mines of Moria, than the description provided above.

Pictured Bottom: 'At the Shire' Pewter Goblet
Noble Collection
Dec 2002
Price: $70
7.25 inches
Issue coincided with release of "Two Towers" Movie
'At the Shire': This solid pewter receptacle has three incredibly detailed individual sculpted panels, each depicting a unique and memorable scene from Fellowship of the Ring. First panel features Bilbo Baggins examining the One Ring in Bag End, second panel shows Bilbo Baggins on stage at his birthday party, and third depicts Gandalf the Grey and Frodo Baggins riding in a horse drawn carriage through the Shire towards Hobbiton.


Royal Selangor Gondolin Goblet

Royal Selangor Hobbit Smaug Goblet

Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings / Middle-Earth Mini Goblets Series

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Pictured Left Top: Silmarillion - Gondolin
Royal Selangor
9.5 cm
Most breathtaking Elven City built in Middle-Earth. It was known as the Hidden Kingdom and was the last Elf Kingdom to survive the War of the Jewels. It's king, Turgon, wisely chose to conceal this city from Morgoth with the encircling mountains. Eventually Gondolin was ravaged by Orcs, Trolls and fire-breathing dragons, all driven on by the Balrog of Morgoth. Great care is taken to sculpt the stone walls of Gondolin to depict a strong and impregnable fortress. Mountains and Dragons are skillfully crafted on heavily textured background.

Pictured Left Bottom: The Hobbit - Smaug
Royal Selangor
10 cm
Smaug was the mightiest of all dragons to come out of the Grey Mountains in the north in 28th century of Third Age. This vast winged Fire Drake, named Smaug the Golden, laid waste to the Dwarves of Erebor, and then Dale on Long Lake. Smaug then ruled unchallenged for two centuries in the Lonely Mountain. This realistically sculptured depiction of Smaug forms the stem. Huge bat-like wings curved upwards as a show of strength, to support a heavily textured cup.

About this Series: All pieces in this series were designed by Graeme Anthony in the late 1990's.

 

Royal Selangor Middle-Earth Goblet Middle-Earth Composite
7 cm
The Middle-Earth scenes depicted on this Goblet are a Golden Eagle (of which Gwaihir was the most famous), a Fire Drake (of which Smaug was the most famous), the City Castle of Tirion (from The Silmarillion), and a hobbit hole of the type found in Hobbiton. Hobbits are Halfling residents of The Shire said to be related to man. Smaller than dwarves (2-4 feet) tall, with long fingers and large hands, long wavy brown hair and large unclad hairy feet. Wonderfully depicted and inscribed with words of Elvish Tongue.


Royal Selangor Mini Orc Goblets LOTR Mini Port Goblets - Orcs
10 cm
It was in the First Age, when Morgoth captured the High Elves, that he twisted them into the Orcs used for his armies. The Second and Third Ages of Middle-Earth found the Orcs fighting for the Dark Lord Sauron.

Royal Selangor The One Ring Goblet One Ring
10.5 cm
It was in the Chamber of Fire within Mount Doom that Sauron forged the One Ring. While still able to take fair form he tricked the free peoples into accepting them as gifts, thus ensnaring them. At the end of the Second Age Isildur would cut the One Ring from the hand of Sauron using the sword Narsil. Betrayed by the One Ring, Isildur would be killed in the Anduin River, and the Ring came to rest on the bottom of the Anduin. It lay there for centuries, until a Stoor named Deagol found it again while fishing with his friend Smeagol. Smeagol would kill Deagol for the Ring, and claim it for his own. Soon after, Smeagol would be banished from his community at take the One Ring deep into the Misty Mountains. Five hundred years later, a Hobbit named Bilbo Baggins would find the Ring in tunnels around Gollum's cave.

Royal Selangor Shelob Goblet Shelob
10 cm
Daughter of Ungoliant, greatest of evil spirits in the form of a vile monstrous spider. Shelob inhabited the pass of Cirith Ungol above Minas Morgul on the edge of Mordor. A monstrous spider, with claws on her gnarled legs, and a body covered with spikes, she was armed with venom from her great beak and horns. Shelob would wait in her lair for any unsuspecting Orcs to pass through for her meals. Tolerated by Sauron, for no better watch than Shelob was possible, she was even recipient of the occasional sacrificial orc. Her terrible sight is skillfully depicted with her indestructible web firmly clasps this cup.


Royal Selangor Saruman Goblet Saruman
10 cm
This Goblet depicts Saruman of the Istari or Curunir. Appointed head of the order of the Istari, Saruman wandered Middle-Earth for years in the Second Age, fulfilling his duty in seeking to destroy Sauron through the use of counsel, but after a time, he grew proud and desired power for himself. Taking Orthanc, and the Palantir that came with it, he became corrupted to evil ways by the visions provided to him by Sauron. In the War of the Ring, Saruman openly turns against his mandate to thwart Sauron, and openly aids the Dark Lord. When Gandalf returns from his fall, as Gandalf the White, Saruman is supplanted in his role as head of his order. Saruman will meet his end, after the Battle of Bywater in the Shire, at the hands of Wormtongue who stabs him in the back.

Royal Selangor Gandalf Goblet Gandalf
10 cm
First-named and most praised of the five Istari Wizards who came to Middle-Earth from the Undying Lands. By his wisdom he guided all free peoples of Middle-Earth to victory over Sauron of Mordor. Called Mithrandir by the Elves, and Tharkun by the Dwarves, it is a credit to Gandalf's wisdom that few actually knew of his true power. In fact, most people only thought of Gandalf as a meddler dressed in grey, who would wander the land causing trouble through counsel, or else they saw him as the Hobbits of the Shire saw him, a conjurer who was skilled at making fireworks. Even Grima Wormtongue did not guess his true nature, calling him Gandalf Stormcrow. It was not until Gandalf broke Sarumans staff on the steps of Orthanc that Wormtongue even could guess at the true power of Gandalf.

Royal Selangor Galadriel Goblet Galadriel
10.5 cm
Bearer of Nenya, second of the three Elf-rings forged by Celebrimbor. The power of Nenya aided Galadriel in holding off the ravages of time within her home of Lothlorien, and also made her aware of Sauron's moves. Through Nenya, Galadriel caused Lothlorien to be invisible to Sauron's Eye. This Lady of Light rests her face on the palm of her hand which functions as stem. Galadriel is lovingly decorated with an onyx on her forehead, matched with a string of "pearls" circling her head, a ring on her forefinger, and a bangle on her elegant arm.



Royal Selangor Treebeard Goblet Treebeard
10 cm
This shepherd of the trees was as old as any creature on Middle-Earth, except the High Elves and Old Tom Bombadil. Treebeard walked the forests when they were all connected into one great wood. Fourteen feet tall, Treebeard ruled as Lord of Fangorn Forest and the Ents. Treebeard has a kindly wise face. Elaborately decorated leaf-textured background and embossed branches exude a dense look.



Royal Selangor Aragorn Goblet Aragorn
10 cm
Aragorn is also known by the name of Strider, Captain of the Dunedain. Three panels show Aragorn as King Elessar, Strider at the Inn of the Prancing Pony tavern in Bree, and at the mighty gates of the ancient Rohan fortress of Helms Deep. On its stem are three figure panels depicting Gandalf the Grey, Legolas prince of Silvan Elves of Mirkwood, and Gimli the dwarf, Lord of Aglarond. This collectible is embellished with three onyx gems.



Royal Selangor Orc Goblet Orc
7 cm
Orcs were originally bred by Morgoth, but fought for Sauron in Ring Wars. They were twisted life forms made from tortured Elves and Ents.


Royal Selangor Gondolin Goblet

Royal Selangor Smaug Goblet

Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings / Middle-Earth Goblets Series

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Pictured Left Top: Silmarillion - Gondolin
Royal Selangor
18.5 cm
Most breathtaking Elven City built in Middle-Earth. It was known as the Hidden Kingdom and was the last Elf Kingdom to survive the War of the Jewels. It's king, Turgon, wisely chose to conceal this city from Morgoth with the encircling mountains. Eventually Gondolin was ravaged by Orcs, Trolls and fire-breathing dragons, all driven on by the Balrog of Morgoth. Great care is taken to sculpt the stone walls of Gondolin to depict a strong and impregnable fortress. Mountains and Dragons are skillfully crafted on heavily textured background.

Pictured Left Bottom: The Hobbit - Smaug
Royal Selangor
19 cm
1978
Solid pewter goblet. This was the first goblet from the Lord of the Rings series. The first dozen or so had the base open not filled in as in the later versions.
Smaug was the mightiest of all dragons to come out of the Grey Mountains in the north in 28th century of Third Age. This vast winged Fire Drake, named Smaug the Golden, laid waste to the Dwarves of Erebor, and then Dale on Long Lake. Smaug then ruled unchallenged for two centuries in the Lonely Mountain. This realistically sculptured depiction of Smaug forms the stem. Huge bat-like wings curved upwards as a show of strength, to support a heavily textured cup.

About this Series: All pieces in this series were designed by Graeme Anthony in the late 1990's.

 

Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Shelob Goblet Shelob
19 cm
Daughter of Ungoliant, greatest of evil spirits in the form of a vile monstrous spider. Shelob inhabited the pass of Cirith Ungol above Minas Morgul on the edge of Mordor. A monstrous spider, with claws on her gnarled legs, and a body covered with spikes, she was armed with venom from her great beak and horns. Shelob would wait in her lair for any unsuspecting Orcs to pass through for her meals. Tolerated by Sauron, for no better watch than Shelob was possible, she was even recipient of the occasional sacrificial orc. Her terrible sight is skillfully depicted with her indestructible web firmly clasps this cup.


Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Saruman Goblet Saruman
20 cm
This Goblet depicts Saruman of the Istari or Curunir. Appointed head of the order of the Istari, Saruman wandered Middle-Earth for years in the Second Age, fulfilling his duty in seeking to destroy Sauron through the use of counsel, but after a time, he grew proud and desired power for himself. Taking Orthanc, and the Palantir that came with it, he became corrupted to evil ways by the visions provided to him by Sauron. In the War of the Ring, Saruman openly turns against his mandate to thwart Sauron, and openly aids the Dark Lord. When Gandalf returns from his fall, as Gandalf the White, Saruman is supplanted in his role as head of his order. Saruman will meet his end, after the Battle of Bywater in the Shire, at the hands of Wormtongue who stabs him in the back.


Royal Selangor One Ring Goblet One Ring
21 cm
It was in the Chamber of Fire within Mount Doom that Sauron forged the One Ring. While still able to take fair form he tricked the free peoples into accepting them as gifts, thus ensnaring them. At the end of the Second Age Isildur would cut the One Ring from the hand of Sauron using the sword Narsil. Betrayed by the One Ring, Isildur would be killed in the Anduin River, and the Ring came to rest on the bottom of the Anduin. It lay there for centuries, until a Stoor named Deagol found it again while fishing with his friend Smeagol. Smeagol would kill Deagol for the Ring, and claim it for his own. Soon after, Smeagol would be banished from his community at take the One Ring deep into the Misty Mountains. Five hundred years later, a Hobbit named Bilbo Baggins would find the Ring in tunnels around Gollum's cave.


Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Gollum Goblet Gollum
20.5 cm
While often described as the only Hobbit ever to have succumbed to truly evil ways. Smeagol, thus Gollum, was actually a Stoor, a close relation to the Hobbits of the Shire who returned south to reside on the banks of the Anduin River, while the Hobbits stayed near the north-kingdom of the Dunedain. It was Gollum and his cousin, Deagol, who first discovered the Lost Ring of Power. Smeagol immediately murdered Deagol and took the Ring for himself. Through its power, Gollum's life was lengthened, but by its power his shape was twisted beyond recognition. This collectible portrays his ghoulish form as he lived deep beneath roots of the Misty Mountains by foul deeds and unclean meats. His thin and gaunt body, long arms with evil grasping hands, and flat and webbed feet form the stem, while cup features his skull-like head and eyes as large as those of fish in his Misty Mountain cave!


Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Gandalf Goblet Gandalf
20 cm
First-named and most praised of the five Istari Wizards who came to Middle-Earth from the Undying Lands. By his wisdom he guided all free peoples of Middle-Earth to victory over Sauron of Mordor. Called Mithrandir by the Elves, and Tharkun by the Dwarves, it is a credit to Gandalf's wisdom that few actually knew of his true power. In fact, most people only thought of Gandalf as a meddler dressed in grey, who would wander the land causing trouble through counsel, or else they saw him as the Hobbits of the Shire saw him, a conjurer who was skilled at making fireworks. Even Grima Wormtongue did not guess his true nature, calling him Gandalf Stormcrow. It was not until Gandalf broke Sarumans staff on the steps of Orthanc that Wormtongue even could guess at the true power of Gandalf.

Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Galadriel Goblet Galadriel
20 cm
Bearer of Nenya, second of the three Elf-rings forged by Celebrimbor. The power of Nenya aided Galadriel in holding off the ravages of time within her home of Lothlorien, and also made her aware of Sauron's moves. Through Nenya, Galadriel caused Lothlorien to be invisible to Sauron's Eye. This Lady of Light rests her face on the palm of her hand which functions as stem. Galadriel is lovingly decorated with an onyx on her forehead, matched with a string of "pearls" circling her head, a ring on her forefinger, and a bangle on her elegant arm.



Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Treebeard Goblet Treebeard
19 cm
This shepherd of the trees was as old as any creature on Middle-Earth, except the High Elves and Old Tom Bombadil. Treebeard walked the forests when Fangorn to the Old Forest was still connected in one great wood. Fourteen feet tall, Treebeard ruled as Lord of Fangorn Forest and the Ents. Slow in speech, and even slower to anger, Treebeard and his army of Ents would eventually prove to be a forgotten wildcard in the War of the Ring. At Gandalf's behest, an Entmoot at Derndingle would tip the scales, and the Ents would destroy Isengard and the ambitions of Saruman in one fell swoop. The Treebeard goblet depicts the Ent with a kindly wise face. Elaborately decorated leaf-textured background and embossed branches exude a dense look worthy of Fangorn, and being made of pewter is unlikely to grow "tree-ish".


Royal Selangor Middle-Earth Goblet Composite Middle-Earth
18 cm
The Middle-Earth scenes depicted on this Goblet are a Golden Eagle (of which Gwaihir was the most famous), a Fire Drake (of which Smaug was the most famous), the City Castle of Tirion (from The Silmarillion), and a hobbit hole of the type found in Hobbiton. Hobbits are Halfling residents of The Shire said to be related to man. Smaller than dwarves (2-4 feet) tall, with long fingers and large hands, long wavy brown hair and large unclad hairy feet. Wonderfully depicted and inscribed with words of Elvish Tongue.


Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Celeborn Goblet Celeborn
20 cm
Celeborn was a prince of the Grey-Elves of Beleriand and mightiest of those that came to Middle-Earth after the fall of Beleriand. Kin to King Thranduil of Mirkwood, Celeborn would marry Galadriel and become King of Lothlorien, the Golden Wood. Together they held evil powers at bay through a troubled Third Age. At the beginning of the Fourth Age, Celeborn would dwell in Rivendell with the sons of Elrond, until finally passing over the seas to the Undying Lands and rejoining Galadriel. This goblet shows the head of Celeborn resting on his left hand, making it a mirror image of the Galadriel goblet.



Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Aragorn Goblet Aragorn
20 cm
Aragorn is also known by the name of Strider, Captain of the Dunedain. The goblet has three panels, one depicts Aragorn as King Elessar, another as Strider at the Inn of the Prancing Pony in Bree, and another shows Aragorn at the mighty gates of the ancient Rohan fortress of Helms Deep. On its stem are three figure panels depicting Gandalf the Grey, Legolas prince of Silvan Elves of Mirkwood, and Gimli the Dwarf of Erebor, now Lord of Aglarond. This collectible is embellished with three onyx gems.



Lord of the Rings Aragorn Goblet Aragorn Character Goblet - Version 1
20.5 cm
In the words of Dr. Graeme Anthony; "This is version 1, the younger looking Aragorn. Based on the theory that because he had Elven blood in his ancestry he would be almost ageless at this age. In version 2, I decided that as he was about 120 and had lived as a ranger, out doors, in the forests for a time, he would have a more weathered face."







Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Gimli Goblet Gimli
Royal Selangor
Graeme Anthony Collection
Price: 69.00 (plus 2.85 postage & handling).
Officially authorized by Tolkien Enterprises, this pewter Gimli goblet is magnificently sculpted and exquisitely crafted. Gimli, is a wise and strong dwarf of Erebor who accompanies his father Gloin (Gloin was one of the thirteen dwarves who took the Lonely Mountain back from Smaug with the help of Bilbo Baggins) on the trek to the Council of Elrond in Rivendell. While in the Council, Gimli becomes the representative of Dwarves within the Fellowship of the Ring. Weilding a hefty double edged battle axe, Gimli will accompany Frodo Baggins on his legendary quest to destroy the One Ring in Mordor. With the Fellowship broken at Amon Hen, Gimli (along with Legolas and Aragorn) will undertake the heroic passage across the miles of Rohan in three days and three nights...on foot, earning much praise, if not disbelief, from the Rohirrim. This Gimli goblet magically brings the honorable dwarf to life. Lead-free, making it perfectly safe to use.

Lord of the Rings Hobbits Goblet Lord of the Rings - Hobbit Goblet
Royal Selangor
2001
18 cm
Production ended in 2002
Webmaster Note: Because of a spelling mistake on the writing around the rim, this Goblet is the same as the Middle-Earth Goblet, just repacked as a Hobbit Goblet once fixed. The Middle-Earth scenes depicted on this Goblet are a Golden Eagle (of which Gwaihir was the most famous), a Fire Drake (of which Smaug was the most famous), the City Castle of Tirion (from The Silmarillion), and a hobbit hole of the type found in Hobbiton. Hobbits are Halfling residents of The Shire said to be related to man. Smaller than dwarves (2-4 feet) tall, with long fingers and large hands, long wavy brown hair and large unclad hairy feet. Wonderfully depicted and inscribed with words of Elvish Tongue.

Lord of the Rings Orc Goblet Orc Goblet
Royal Selangor
2008
19 cm
It was in the First Age when the High-Elves declared war on Morgoth the Enemy. Morgoth, having first stolen the light of the Two Trees, would then poison them. With the light gone, the Elves wanted to pursue Morgoth to Middle-Earth to make war on him knowing that Morgoth had encapsulated the light into three jewels, the Silmarils. Needing soldiers to fight the Elves, Morgoth would take the elves he captured, and twist and torture them into the grotesque creatures we know as Orcs. Driven into battle by Balrogs and Trolls (which were twisted and transformed Ents) the Orcs of Morgoth would survive the breaking of Thangorodrim and eventually breed into numbers large enough to serve Sauron in numbers by the Third Age.
Webmaster Note: Carved while Dr. Graeme Anthony was touring Japan, and a young girl stood and watched him carve this for hours. so he hid the initials of the young girl on this goblet, have you found them?.

Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Legolas Goblet Legolas Goblet
Royal Selangor
2008
19 cm.
Son of King Thranduil of Mirkwood, legolas was a prince of the Woodland Realm. Years before, Gollum had been captured by Anborn of the Dunedain on the outskirts of Mirkwood and brought to Thranduil by Aragorn for safe keeping as a captive. Being basically a compassionate people, Gollum was allowed to roam Mirkwood for short periods of time. Gollum, being Gollum, eventually escaped. Sent as an emmisary of Thranduil and a representative of the wood-elves, Legolas was present in Rivendell when the Council of Elrond took place. Basically, Legolas was to inform Elrond and Aragorn that Gollum had escaped from the confinements of the Wood-elves. During the Council Legolas was recruited into The Fellowship of the Ring. His eyesight and bow would prove invaluable on more than one occasion. Riding down the mighty Anduin River on the boats gifted to the company by Galadriel of Lothlorien, it was a very dark night when Legolas alone saw something flying through the air and he shot it. Some conjecture that he shot a Fell Beast out from under the newly re-formed and re-armed Nazgul.

Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Eowyn Goblet Eowyn
Royal Selangor
2001
7 3/4" tall
Eowyn, desirous of a life that does not preclude her from taking up arms, goes to battle on the Pelennor Fields with the Rohirrim. Dressed as Dernhelm, a man of Rohan, she manages to get herself right into the thick of the battle before the Gates of Minas Tirith. It is here that she spots her fallen uncle, King Theoden, trapped beneath Snowmane. Rushing to his aid, Eowyn finds herself in a confrontation with the Witch-King of Angmar aboard his Fell Beast. Her deeds are epic. 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

Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings King Elessar Goblet King Elessar
Royal Selangor
2003
7 3/4" tall
Webmasters Note: This was never produced for general release, only handful exist.
Last in the line of Isildur and Anarion, ancient kings of Numenor (the figures of the Argonath), Aragorn is reluctant to claim the throne of Gondor in Minas Tirith. It is after the War of the Ring that Aragorn will finally embrace his destiny. Having crushed the ambitions of Isengard at Helms Deep, and defeated the might of Sauron on the Pelennor Fields, finally achieving Saurons complete demise, Aragorn will wed Arwen and be crowned King Elessar on the Citadel grounds above Minas Tirith.


Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Frodo Baggins Goblet

Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Goblets Series - Ring Base Style

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Frodo Baggins
Royal Selangor
2003
7.5 to 8.5 tall.
14K gold plated Ring.

"Frodo Baggins, Aragorn, Gollum, Eowyn, Eomer, Faramir, Boromir...all legendary characters from J.R.R. Tolkien's epic tale. Australian sculptor Dr. Graeme Anthony has new form to its characters in hand-cast pewter goblets for collectors. Food Safe. Hand wash. Gift boxed.

 

Lord of the Rings Boromir Goblet Boromir
Royal Selangor
2003
7 3/4" tall
Base is a carving of the Horn of Gondor and the name Boromir is engraved in hobbit runes on his shoulder.
While there are many tragic tales within Lord of the Rings, only a few are more tragic than the tale of Boromir. Eldest son of Denethor, Steward of Gondor, and brother of Faramir, Boromir was a mighty Captain of the Armies of Gondor and of direct Numenorean lineage. Boromir and his brother are having puzzling dreams about a weapon of Sauron's devising, and the only clue in the dream leads Boromir to Rivendell and 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 attacks of Mordor, Boromir falsely believes that the One Ring could be a tool to strengthen Gondor and he wishes to wield it himself. He tries 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.

Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Arwen Goblet Arwen
Royal Selangor
2004
7 3/4" tall
Beautiful and elegant Arwen of Rivendell is brought to life with classically sculpted collectible Goblet. Beloved daughter of Elrond and Celebrian (Celebrian is the daughter of Galadriel) of Rivendell and the immortal love of Aragorn. This goblet represents Arwen from the literature. Ironically, it was in Lothlorien that Arwen met Aragorn (Aragorn was raised in Rivendell) for the first time, and the two fell in love. Being the daughter of Elrond the Half-elven Arwen was gifted the right to choose her fate. She chose a mortal life with Aragorn in Middle-Earth, rather than an immortal life in the Undying West.

Royal Selangor Lord of the Rings Wormtongue Goblet Grima Wormtongue
Royal Selangor
2004
7 3/4" tall
Wormtongue, servant and spy of Saruman, is brought to life with classically sculpted Goblet. Counselor to King Theoden of the Mark, Grima Wormtongue betrayed his country in favor of the Wizard Saruman. Having been expelled from Rohan, Wormtongue returned to Isengard just to find it in ruins. Treebeard confines Wormtongue in Orthanc along with his master Saruman. Eventually the two escape to the Shire, and after the Battle of Bywater, Wormtongue kills Saruman before perishing from bowshot himself.