ORCRIST SWORD OF THORIN OAKENSHIELD FROM THE HOBBIT
This genuinely definite copy is a generation of the real recording prop worked by Weta Workshop of New Zealand and utilized in the film, THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY. Joined Cutlery, an industry pioneer in fine film propagations, has fastidiously reproduced the prop utilizing simply the best grade materials and craftsmanship. Close meticulousness was the main concern. The sharp edge of Orcrist includes a bent leaf shape on one side, and a straight edge on the other, a fitting plan for a sharp edge intended to sever Orcs and Goblins. Embellishing the knob is a token of the heraldry of Ecthelion of the Fountain. The grip is formed from the tooth of a mythical serpent. It is obscure on the off chance that the tooth was procured before the fifth skirmish of the First Age, or added to the sword with the engraving in the centuries after the Fall of Gondolin, no doubt by the Dwarves of the North.
inscriptions on the sword in Elven runes: On the watchman is the name Orcrist "Troll knife"
Sharp edge: Stainless steel with scratched runic engraving: "The snake's tooth"
Handle: Solid metal parts, reenacted pearl stones, acrylic gum grasp cast
Incorporates wooden divider show and declaration of the genuineness
38 3/4" long; 25 7/8" cutting edge