Latest additions
Here you will find a list of all items added to the catalogue in the last 30 days. So make it a habit to see this list at least once a month and you will miss nothing!
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One Ring / Lidless Eye mug (13/4)

Large mug (460 ml) with the One Ring on one side and Sauron's Eye on the other. In a giftbox.*

Gandalf the Grey big mug

Large mug (460 ml) with Gandalf on the one side and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Jouney film logo on the other. In a giftbox.*

The Fellowship large mug

Large mug (460 ml). In a giftbox.*

Sauron t-shirt, size S (11/4)

Grey t-shirt of 100% cotton with Sauron on the front with the text "un anneaux pour les gouvernier tout"; French for One ring to rule them all.*

Legolas t-shirt, size M

Darkgreen t-shirt of 100% cotton with Legolas, taking aim, on the front, his knives on the back and the quote 'what about side by side with a friend?"*

Aragorn t-shirt, size L

Grey t-shirt of 100% cotton with Aragorn on the front and on the back Andúril  and the quote "I do not fear death".*

Gandalf b&w t-shirt, size XL

Black t-shirt of 100% cotton, with on the back Gandalf, Glamdring drawn.*

Map of Middle-earth t-shirt, size XXL

Light-brown t-shirt of 100% cotton with the map of Middle-earth printed on the front.*

Characters from Desolation t-shirt, size S

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
White t-shirt of 100% cotton with printed on the front Bilbo, Gandalf, Thorin, Tauriel, Legolas, Thranduil and Kili.*

Smaug t-shirt, size M

Black t-shirt of 100% cotton.*

Bilbo childrens t-shirt, 5-6 years old

Blue kids shirt, made of 100% cotton, with Bilbo and Sting on the front.*

Gandalf childrens t-shirt for 11-12 years old

Dark green t-shirt, made of 100 % cotton, for kids with Gandalf on the front.*
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The Children of Hurin. Ballantine (9/4)

Ballantine, 2010. Paperback. Illustrated in colour and b&w by Alan Lee. Cover by Didier Graffert.*

Daniel Falconer, Smaug: Unleashing the Dragon (8/4)

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

HarperColliins, 2014. 1st edition. Hardback (no dustjacket issued).

Come face to face with Smaug the Magnificent, the most realistic, breathtaking and destructive dragon ever to appear on screen, in this gallery of exclusive images that tell the story of how he was created.

Smaug is one of the most memorable characters in JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit: a huge, malevolent, fire-breathing, talking dragon! But while he makes quite an impact in the book, in Peter Jackson’s film adaptation he is definitely the most spectacular creature ever to appear on screen.

So how did the filmmakers manage to take the dragon that has lived in millions of readers’ imaginations and turn him into a totally unique and unforgettable living, breathing character?*

Farmer Giles of Ham. HarC, 2014

HarperCollins, 2014. 1st edition thus. Hardback.

A commemorative golden anniversary edition of Tolkien’s classic book, including a new introduction, a map, a copy of Tolkien’s unpublished short story which he expanded for publication, his notes for an aborted sequel, and the original first edition illustrations by Pauline Baynes.*

The Return of the King map of Middle-earth - framed

 

Printed on heavy, handmade paper. 19x19"/47x47 cm. Map by Tolkien, redrawn by Daniel Reeve, who made the maps in the Jackson' movies. Limited. Professionally framed in a wooden frame with glass.*

One Throne to Rule Them All t-shirt. Size M (7/4)

Black t-shirt of 100% cotton with Sauron sitting on the Iron Throne from A Game of Thrones.*

Writing set with pewter pen

Box with a pewter pen in the shape of a goose feather, an extra pen tip, a bottle of ink with a pewter cap and penholder and a guide on how to write Tengwar.*

Thorin's map (large) 29/3

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Printed on heavy stock, this map is based on the one Tolkien himself drew. 39x27"/98x68 cm.*

Map of Gondor and Rohan

The Lord of the Rings
Map printed on heavy, 170 grams paper. 39x24"/98x68 cm.*

Map of The Hobbit poster (large)

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
The northern part of Middle-earth. 39x24"/98x68 cm.*

Map the Lord of the Rings (large)

 

Printed on heavy stock, this map is based on the one Tolkien himself drew. 39x27"/98x68 cm.*
sold unpainted

31-11 Warriors of Dale

Box with 10 plastic warriors from Laketown.*
sold unpainted

31-12 Mirkwood Rangers

Box with 10 plastic elven warriors.*
sold unpainted

31-76 The Master of Lake-town

Finecast.*
sold unpainted

31-77 Alfrid the Councillor

Finecast.*

Bilbo before Erebor mug

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
In a giftbox.*

Map of the Hobbit mug

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
On the reverse the map of the Hobbit. In a giftbox.*

Elven warriors mug

Large mug (460 ml) with the Prologue warriors. In a giftbox.*

Sauron helmet t-shirt. Size L (27/3)

Black, cotton t-shirt with Sauron's helmet inside the ringpoem.*

Sauron helmet t-shirt. Size XL

Black, cotton t-shirt with Sauron's helmet inside the ringpoem.*

White Council Chamber. Weta 01008 (25/3)

 

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, led by Senior Modelmaker David Tremont and Leonard Ellis.

The piece features a removable domed roof that allows a peek into Elrond's chamber.

4.9x5.1x5.1"/12x13x13 cm.*

Radagast the Brown. 1/6 scale

 

While Gandalf™ the Grey and Saruman™ the White busy themselves with the affairs of Elves, Men and the speaking peoples of Middle-earth, the smaller folk of fur and feathers are the concern of the Brown Wizard, Radagast™. Outwardly Radagast the Brown is a gentle hermit, soft in character and mind, often absent-minded and fumbling, with tattered robes and mismatched footwear; his raiment home to a bewildering menagerie of miniature beasts and fungi. This façade is an illusion so complete even the Wizard himself is sometimes fooled, but in truth great power resides with him, as it does in each of the five Istari, and he is ever watchful for the return of the enemy against whom he was sent from the West centuries ago.

Having made his home at Rhosgobel near the borders of what was once Greenwood the Great, Radagast tends to the needs of the animals that live in the darkening forest. A terrible sickness has infected Middle-earth’s wildest wood, an unnatural blight that the worried Wizard traces to the old fortress of Dol Guldur with the help of his animal friends. Something ancient and unearthly stirs in the shadows of the ruin. A dark power gathers its strength beneath the choking thorns, a power that will soon put the courage and cunning of Radagast and his fellows to the ultimate test.
Limited to 1000 copies.*

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Thorin's map handmade prop replica

Weta. 16.3x12.6"/41.5x32 cm.

Every great adventure needs a treasure map and in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the map was created by Thror, grandfather of Thorin Oakenshield

It shows not only the lay of the land, but also detailed instructions. Some clear as day, some concealed.

Thorin's Map is an exquisite piece of art from the 3 Foot 7 Art Department.

Hand made by calligrapher and artist Daniel Reeve, who made the original prop used in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, this is an absolutely authentic replica.

Daniel has scanned his original map and digitally printed it on high-quality watercolour paper as used in the films.

Daniel explains the choice of paper: "The Map is made on 190gsm Rough S&W watercolour paper. A lovely surface for painting, with a nicely random tooth. Care must be taken when doing calligraphy on this surface, as the texture can easily catch the nib, or guide it in unintended directions!"

Daniel then commences the process of 'breaking down' the map. Breaking down is the art of giving the prop believability. Adding a history to it and making it look real.

Daniel painstakingly applies every crease and every wrinkle by hand, 'distressing' the paper to achieve an authentic looking prop replica.

The reverse of the map is coloured black, except for the outlines of the famous Moon Runes that play a part in the story. This allows you to see the runes when the map is held up against the light or framed with back lighting.*

Each individual map is the work of one man and totally unique.

Daniel Reeve's craft is indeed a rare one and this is a prop replica the likes of which are few and far between.

Available in strictly limited supply and always subject to the artist's availability, Thorin's Map will be shipped direct from Weta in New Zealand and includes a printed Certificate of Authenticity signed by hand by Daniel Reeve.*

Contract of Bilbo handmade prop replica

Weta's The Contract of Bilbo Baggins is quite a remarkable artefact created by the artists of the 3 Foot 7 Art Department in Wellington, New Zealand.

Hand made by calligrapher and artist Daniel Reeve, who made the iconic original contract used in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, this is an absolutely authentic prop replica.

Daniel scans his original script which is then digitally printed onto five separate pieces of high-quality watercolour paper for each contract and then die cut to shape. This is the same paper used in the films.

Daniel explains the choice of paper: "The paper for the Contract is Arches watercolour 185gsm Cold-Pressed. A beautiful paper for calligraphy, with enough tooth to generate skips, texture and character in any pen work. It takes ink and paint beautifully, and can withstand repeated wettings."

Daniel then commences the process of painting the edges of the various sheets and stitching them together by hand, and then fastens the thread with wax seals.

He painstakingly applies every crease and every wrinkle by hand, ageing the paper to achieve an authentic looking prop replica.

Each exquisite 4’7” x 2’2” (141cm x 66cm) piece of art is the work of one man and totally unique.

His craft is indeed a rare one and this is a prop replica the likes of which few have seen.*

Galadiel's "Nenya" necklace (12/3)

Silvercoloured metal necklace in the shape of Galadriel's ring, Nenya. Diametre: 1.2"/3 cm. On a chain.*