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Mithril LO 1 - Gandalf

Mithril LO 2 - Frodo Baggins

Mithril Miniatures: LO1 - LO15

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Pictured Left Top: LO 1 - Gandalf
$13.50
74 mm
Example figure shown here was painted by Eileen Kelleher.
Known as Mithrandir to the Elves, this Grey Wanderer entered Middle-earth in the guise of an old man early in the Second Age. One of five wizards, he was second only to Saruman in power, but first in wisdom. It was Gandalf that would retrieve the map and key to the secret door on the Lonely Mountain from Thrain (father of Thorin Oakenshield), who at the time was being held captive by Sauron in Dol Guldur.

Pictured Left Bottom: LO 2 - Frodo Baggins
38 mm
Frodo Baggins was born in Buckland, a township in the Shire, to parents Drogo Baggins and Primula Brandybuck. While boating on the Brandywine River, both of Frodo's parents were killed. It was then, that the strange but esteemed Bilbo Baggins of Hobbiton would adopt young Frodo. Frodo and Bilbo shared the same Birthday.

The pieces are purchased as unpainted, partially unassembled (some) lead figurines. They are made by the Mithril of Ireland. The detailed work is exceptional and the paints are sold separately. Painting guidance is available on their website.

 

Mithril LO 3 - Sam Gamgee LO 3 - Sam
37 mm
Mithril figure #LO 3 is Sam Gamgee. A gardener of the Shire. Residing in Bagshot Row with his "Old Gaffer", Sam Gamgee was employed by both Bilbo and Frodo Baggins in turn. His love of all things that grow can be cited as reason for the gift that Galadriel would give him upon the Fellowship of the Rings' departure from Lothlorien. After the War of the Ring, Sam was instrumental in bringing the Shire back to it's former glory, a remarkable feat when considering the damage done by Saruman. As the last of the ringbearers on Middle-Earth, Sam Gamgee would eventually leave Middle-Earth from the Grey Havens after many. many happy years with Rosie Cotton.

Mithril LO 4 - Strider Aragorn LO 4 - Strider
57 mm
Mithril figure #LO 4 is Strider. Known as Strider, through the first half of The Fellowship of the Ring, this Captain of the Dunedain was actually heir to the throne of Gondor. As last direct descendant of Anarion, his true name was hidden from almost all for most of his youth to keep him safe from the spies of Sauron. Raised in Rivendell, it is ironic that he would meet Arwen of Rivendell in Lothlorien, where Arwen spent many years in the company of Celeborn and Galadriel..

Mithril LO 5 - Legolas LO 5 - Legolas
$13.50
57 mm
Legolas (Mithril #LO 5) was is actually Prince Legolas of Mirkwood. His father is King Thranduil of the wood-elves stronghold in Mirkwood near the edge of Long Lake. After the War of the Ring, Legolas travels with Gimli around Middle-Earth paying particular attention to Fangorn Forest. Later he would bring some of the Elves of Mirkwood to dwell in Ithilien, with permission from King Elessar, until his final departure from Middle-Earth into the Undying West.

Mithril LO 6 - Gimli LO 6 - Gimli
52 mm
It was no small thing that Gimli, son of Gloin, would befriend an elf of Mirkwood. The two peoples shared a distrust, even animosity towards each other for centuries. Mithril figurine # LO 6 shows Gimli as the stout-hearted and steady dwarf that he is. Following the War of the Ring, Gimli would become King of the Glittering Caves of Aglarond. If you have only seen the movies, these caves are only known to you as the place behind Helms Deep where the people of Rohan are holed up during the battle of Helms Deep in The Two Towers movie. Gimli would eventually pass to the Undying West along with Legolas, an exceptional gift for a dwarf granted only to Gimli, who is known as elf-friend.

Mithril LO 7 - Merry Brandybuck LO 7 - Merry
37 mm
Being the more astute of the two younger Hobbits, Merry Brandybuck (Mithril #LO 7) will spend his time in Rivendell, just prior to the Council of Elrond, studying the peoples and maps of Middle-Earth. Perhaps this is where he developed a fondness for the people of Rohan. Appointed as a member of The Fellowship of the Ring, Merry Brandybuck would eventually find himself in Rohan pledging allegiance to King Theoden. It is on the Pelennor Fields that Merry can claim his greatest feat, in concert with Eowyn, he will aid in the destruction of the Witch-King of Angmar.

Mithril LO 8 - Pippen Took LO 8 - Pippin
37 mm
Example figure painted by Eileen Kelleher
The youngest of the Hobbits appointed to The Fellowship of the Ring, Pippin Took (Mithril #LO 8) is perhaps the most energetic and enthusiastic of the group. It was Pippin's curiosity that would deceive Sauron into thinking the One Ring was going to Gondor. While in Gondor, Pippin Took would pledge his allegiance to Denethor and the people of Gondor. Made a member of the Citadel Guard, Pippin would fight admirably before the Gates of Mordor.

Mithril LO 9 - Boromir LO 9 - Boromir
65 mm
The tale of Boromir will always serve to remind that just power cannot be taken by force. A mighty Captain of the Army of Gondor, Boromir (Mithril #LO 9) is son of Denethor and brother of Faramir. Bearer of the Horn of Gondor, Boromir is held in high esteem by the people of his realm, who are now prone to revering might in arms, rather than wisdom in thought. In times past it would have been Faramir, not Boromir, who would have been held in the highest of regards by the people of Minas Tirith.

Mithril LO 10 - Galadriel LO 10 - Galadriel
$13.50
63 mm LO 10 is the powerful and beautiful Galadriel, Lady of Light. Along with her husband Celeborn, Galadriel rules Lothlorien and simultaneously keeps it hidden from the Eye of Sauron and even other elves. Bearer of Nenya, one of the three rings gifted to the Elves by Sauron, Galadriel is Queen of one of the last strongholds of the High Elves in Middle-Earth. Originally forbidden from entry into the Undying Lands, Galadriel would eventually be allowed to cross the sea. She departs from the Grey Havens at the close of the Third Age.

Mithril LO 11 - Saruman Wizard of Orthanc LO 11 - Saruman the Wizard of Orthanc
56 mm
Miniature painted by Joe Fahey
Of the five Istari to come to Middle-Earth in the opening of the Second Age, Saruman was the most powerful, but not the wisest. Proving to be somewhat more desirous of power and possessions than his Valar brethren, Saruman took up residence in the Numenorean stronghold of Orthanc. In possession of a Palantir, and desirous of advantage, Saruman is duped by Sauron into betrayal of his mission....guidance of the free peoples of Middle-Earth against the machinations of Sauron. His life comes to a close at the hand of Wormtongue with a knife in his back, after the Battle of Bywater, during the Scouring of the Shire.

Mithril LO 12 - Ringwraith LO 12 - Ring-wraith
51 mm
Miniature painted by Joe Fahey
This figure (Mithril #LO 12) is of a generic Ringwraith, if such a thing could be said to be. The Ringwraiths were twisted into being by Sauron of Mordor in the Second Age. Desirous of power, these once Kings of Men, were easily duped into accepting Rings of Power and thus became Nazgul. The most powerful of the servants of Sauron, the Ringwraiths chiefly dealt in terror. Under control of the Witch-King of Angmar, it was the Ringwraiths and their armies that overtook Minas Ithil and turned it into Minas Morgul.

Mithril LO 13 - Tom Bombadil LO 13 - Tom Bombadil
57 mm
Miniature painted by Joe Fahey
Known by many names to the different peoples of Middle-Earth Tom Bombadil was easily the most enigmatic character in Middle-Earth, Tom Bombadil 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 spent 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.

Mithril LO 14 - Goldberry LO 14 - Goldberry
54 mm
Miniature painted by Joe Fahey
Goldberry (Mithril #LO 14) 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.

Mithril LO 15 - Isengard orc warrior LO 15 - Isengard Orc warrior
45 mm
Miniature painted by Joe Fahey
Mithril #LO 15 is known generically as a Isengard Orc Warrior. While not explicitly stated it should be fairly clear that this figure is a Uruk-Hai Orc of Sarumans breeding. The presence of the White Hand of Isengard on the shield is the only solid evidence of this assertion.


Mithril LO 16 - Elrond

Mithril LO 17 - Gollum & Bilbo Baggins

Mithril Miniatures: LO16 - LO30

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Pictured Left Top: LO 16 - Elrond
16.95
60g, Height 55mm
This figure shows Elrond after his Council of Elrond. He is considering the last two people he will send on the quest as part of the fellowship of the ring.

Pictured Left Bottom: LO 17 - Gollum & Bilbo
16.95
70g, Height 32mm, width 35mm
This is Bilbo and Gollum after Bilbo has escaped from the Orcs, but has got lost in their caves. Shortly after Bilbo finds the One Ring, Gollum and Bilbo meet for the first time. Gollum decides to challenge Bilbo to a riddle competition if Bilbo wins Gollum shows him the way out of the caves, if Bilbo looses Gollum has him for lunch!

The pieces are purchased as unpainted, partially unassembled (some) lead figurines. They are made by the Mithril of Ireland. The detailed work is exceptional and the paints are sold separately. Painting guidance is available on their website.

 

Mithril LO 18 - Isildur LO 18 - Isildur
80g
16.95
The figure shows Isildur some time after he cut the ring from Sauron's finger and just before his march to the north where he was ambushed and killed by Orcs.


Mithril LO 19 - Eowyn LO 19 - Eowyn
50mm, 70g
16.95
This figure depicts Eowyn when she was challenging the witch king at the battle of Pelennor fields. She has removed her helmet to reveal her self to be women not a man, which has made the witch king uncertain about his future as "no man shall kill the witch king". Miniature painted by Joe Fahey

Mithril LO 20 - Gandalf Saruman Mithril Mithril LO 20 - Gandalf Saruman LO 20 - Gandalf & Saruman
28.00
75mm,, 320g
This miniature depicts the Wizards at Orthanc, just as Saruman has revealed his true intentions to Gandalf about the ring of power and the rule of Middle-earth. Miniature painted by Joe Fahey


Mithril LO 21 - Eomer Third marshal of the Mark Mithril LO 21 - Eomer Third marshal of the Mark LO 21 - Eomer Third marshal of the Mark
16.95
78mm, 70g
Eomer, 3rd Marshall of the Mark, nephew of King Theoden, proclaimed king of the Mark by the dying Theoden at the battle of Pelennor fields. He aided Aragorn and his companions in the search for Merry and Pippin by loaning them horses. Miniature painted by Joe Fahey





Mithril LO 22 - Theoden king of the Mark Mithril LO 22 - Theoden king of the Mark LO 22 - Theoden king of the Mark
16.95
60mm, 70g
Theoden - Kindly king of the Mark, lead the fight in Helm's Deep and later in Pelennor fields. He honored his promises to Gondor. He had been controlled by the treacherous council of Grima Wormtongue until freed by Gandalf. He died fighting the Witch-King at Pelennor fields. Miniature painted by Joe Fahey


Mithril LO 23 - Grima Wormtongue Mithril LO 23 - Grima Wormtongue LO 23 - Grima Wormtongue
16.95
54mm, 50g
Grima Wormtongue Agent of Saruman. As councilor of Theoden, he manipulated Theoden into believing he (Theoden) was powerless against Mordor and that Saruman was an ally. Eventually turned on his master, Saruman, while in The Shire, and was killed by hobbit arrows at Bag-End. Miniature painted by Joe Fahey



Mithril LO 24 - Half-orc of Isengard Mithril LO 24 - Half-orc of Isengard LO 24 - Half-Orc of Isengard
16.95
54mm, 70g
This figure typified Saruman's forces at the battle of Hornburg. He was part of Saruman's experiment of cross breeding Orcs with humans to be able to withstand daylight. Miniature painted by Joe Fahey.

Mithril LO 25 - Gildor Inglorion Mithril LO 25 - Gildor Inglorion LO 25 - Gildor Inglorion
16.95
58mm, 70g
Gildor Inglorion: When Frodo and his companions were nearly discovered by a black rider, a group of elves approached on their way to the Grey Havens and scared the creature away. They then gave shelter to the hobbits for the night. The leader of the group was Gildor. Miniature painted by Joe Fahey



Mithril LO 26 - Faramir Mithril LO 26 - Faramir LO 26 - Faramir
16.95
60mm, 70g
Faramir: The younger son of Denethor, steward of Gondor, Faramir was a contrast to his brave but headstrong brother, Boromir. Whilst showing an equal courage, Faramir was imbued with the wisdom which his brother lacked. He led the rangers of Ithilien during the opening phases of the war of the Ring, and met and aided Frodo and Sam during their journey to the Black land. Miniature painted by Peta Hudson

Mithril LO 27 - Easterling Chieftain Mithril LO 27 - Easterling Chieftain LO 27 - Easterling Chieftain
16.95
58mm, 70g
Easterling Chieftain: Mordor used other people and races in his armies as well as his terrible Orcs and goblins. Some races were from the East, controlled by Sauron and his Ringwraiths. These people worked and fought to support Mordor. But that does not mean that they were evil men, just different and probably tricked and enslaved into serving the One Enemy with promises of more land and wealth. They were fierce fighters and even when Sauron was destroyed they continued to struggle against Gondor for many years. Miniature painted by Peta Hudson


Mithril LO 28 - Celeborn Mithril LO 28 - Celeborn LO 28 - Celeborn
16.95
62mm, 70g
Celeborn: Lord Celeborn lived in the city of Galadhrim with Galadriel, the Lady of Lorien. He was with Galadriel when the Fellowship arrived (minus Gandalf) and greeted them. He later aided them in their travels by supplying them with boats and directions. He also warned the party of the danger of entering Fangorn Forest. Miniature painted by Eileen Kelleher



Mithril LO 29 - Lord of the Nazgul Mithril LO 29 - Lord of the Nazgul LO 29 - Lord of the Nazgul
16.95
58mm, 70g
Lord of the Nazgul: Chief of all the servants of Sauron, the Witch-king (Lord of the Nazgul) was, in origin, one of the black Numenoreans who the Dark-lord seduced to his own service by the gift of one of the Nine rings. The rings conferred great power upon their wearers but also subjugated them forever to the will of Sauron. As well as his great talents in sorcery the Witch-king was Sauron's ablest military commander. He founded the Northern Kingdom of Angmar and was the architect of both Arthedain's and Cardolan's destruction. He also successfully wrestled from the Southern kingdom of Gondor the great citadel of Minas Ithil. He was slain finally by Eowyn (with Merry's help) in the great battle in Gondor. Miniature painted by Peta Hudson

Mithril LO 30 - Frodo Baggins Sam Gamgee at Mount Doom Mithril LO 30 - Frodo Baggins Sam Gamgee at Mount Doom LO 30 - Frodo and Sam at Mount Doom
16.95
44mm, 70g
Frodo Baggins and Sam Gamgee: Frodo was the Ringbearer and his gardener and friend Sam accompanied him to Mount Doom to destroy the One Ring. The Ring was made by Sauron thousands of years ago and he had poured much of his power and essence into it. It had been cut from his finger in The Last Alliance battle in Mordor and was carried by a series of Ringbearers until it came into the possession of Frodo Baggins. The ring was the key to the defeat of Sauron, and could only be destroyed in the fires of Mt. Doom where it had been forged. However it eroded Frodo's spirit and Sam ended up carrying him the last bit of the journey up the mountain. Frodo was too exhausted to walk himself. Miniature painted by Eileen Kelleher