Faceless beings of fear and dread, the nine Nazgûl, or Ringwraiths, were undead servants of the Dark Lord Sauron, enslaved by their Rings of Power.
Once kings of Men, their identities were lost, subsumed by their master’s inexorable will. When whisper of the One Ring came to Mordor, Sauron dispatched the Nine with orders to retrieve this mightiest of weapons. Borne on dark horses and shrouded in black robes, the Wraiths galloped over countless miles to the lands of the Shire in search of their quarry. Needing neither rest nor food, they were the ultimate hunters, ceaseless in their vigilance, drawn relentlessly by the call of the Ring. From beneath black rimmed cowls voices like knives scraped over stone repeated the same two words to any they crossed: Shire … Baggins …
THE RINGWRAITH OF MORDOR
One of the most chilling characters in The Fellowship of the Ring, captured in sculpture by Brigitte Wuest. Weta has recreated the classic Ringwraith portrait at the scene of Bree, complete with highly detailed fabric folds and textures. The perfect size for your shelf or desk display.
- 1:6 scale
- Made from high-quality polystone
- Sculpted by Brigitte Wuest
- Created in celebration of the LOTR 20th Anniversary
- Signature pose and clothing
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Lord of the Rings, the team at Wētā Workshop have created a special line of polystone statues featuring Middle-earth’s major characters in their signature pose and clothing.
The Classic Series is Open Edition and has been tailor made to fit beautifully on your shelf.
Images are of a pre-production prototype. Minor variations may occur.
A NOTE ON OPEN EDITION COLLECTIBLES
This figure is an Open Edition piece, meaning it is not restricted to a specific number of reproductions. However, this does not guarantee Wētā Workshop will continue to produce the statue in the future. Demand will determine if this collectible is reproduced.
Please note: You may see a number on your shipping carton that says "0123/1,000" - this is just the serial number of your piece in its particular production run and does not mean it's a limited edition.