Lord of the Rings 'The Dual of Light and Fire' Medallion No. 16 (Sideshow Weta)
Lord of the Rings 'The Dual of Light and Fire' Medallion No. 16 (Sideshow Weta).
The Lord of the Rings Medallions (16 in all) represent the very best in low-relief artistry. The Medallions were originally crafted in New Zealand by the same artisans at Weta Workshop that have worked on all three films in the epic trilogy. Those artisans created a beautiful range of Medallions that capture a moment of what you will see on each film. Presented with an aged bronze patina, along with a Certificate of Authenticity, these medallions measure approximately 6" (diameter) and are all various sized limited editions.
In the most pivotal scene of Fellowship of the Ring, Gandalf will try to block the Balrog of Morgoth from pursuing the company across the Bridge of Khazad-Dum in the Mines of Moria. Sacrificing himself to save the Fellowship and the quest, Gandalf was believed lost when he fell into the abyss below the bridge still fighting the Balrog. Unbeknownst to all however, the duel of light and fire, that began on the bridge above was far from over. Falling for an impossibly long time, Gandalf and the Balrog fought as they plunged far below the Bridge of Khazad-Dum into the bowels of Middle-Earth, the righteous light of Gandalf pitted against the consuming fire and enveloping shadow of the Balrog. Though ultimately victorious, the battle would cost Gandalf the Grey greatly, it is not until The Two Towers that we learn of his return as Gandalf the White, replacement for Saruman as head of the Istari.
- The Dual of Light and Fire
- Limited edition
- Handcrafted collectible
- Heavyweight polystone
- By Sideshow Weta
Please note that this Medallion has been opened (due the nature of its fragility) for inspection purposes only, and that the box shows slight signs of shelf wear.
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