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Weta Releases New LOTR Jewelry

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Weta Workshop has just released two new pieces of jewelry in their Lord of the Rings line! And in case you’re craving something to wear to the midnight showing of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (57 days and counting!), the pieces are sufficiently hobbity and dwarvish, respectively.

Sting Pendant – $99.00

Sting – the sword of Bilbo (and later Frodo) Baggins, Sting was an elegant short blade of Elven craft, a relic of the ancient days when it saw service in the armoury of Gondolin.

Crafted from Sterling Silver it makes an exquisite charm or pendant.

The Sting Pendant comes in a beautiful gift box made from natural Walnut timber.

The inside bottom of the box is lined with blue velvet and has a pin for the pendant to hang off.

Gimli’s Axe Pendant – $99.00

Axes are the most famed and favoured weapons of the Dwarves. A master of all manner of axes, Gimli, Son of Glóin claimed a handsome, double-bladed battle axe found in the rubble of Balin’s tomb as his own when the Fellowship passed through Moria.

The broad bladed weapon served him well in many battles, scoring points with each Orc helm it cleaved during his competition with Legolas at the battle of Helm’s Deep.

Gimli’s Axe Pendant has been created in Sterling Silver and comes in a beautiful gift box made from natural Walnut timber.

The inside bottom of the box is lined with blue velvet and has a pin for the pendant to hang off.

Visit Weta’s online shop to see all of their Lord of the Rings and Hobbit jewelry.

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3 Comments

  1. The Sting Pendant for $99 is not that bad a deal. I am 99% sure that I will buy it. Are there any options apart from these?

  2. That’s beautiful stuff. The whole aesthetic of District 9 really struck a chord with me. I think it’s the post-apocalyptic vibe of the camps combined with the futuristic but still chunky and realistic alien technology. Possibly revealing too much about my geeky background here, but I reckon there’s a lot of influence taken from the Tau in Warhammer 40K.