LORD OF THE RINGS - Elven Swords of Legolas

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- Replica of the swords of Legolas from the popular movie Lord of the Rings
- Length: +/- 55 cm
- Material blades : Metal,steel

Included are:
- 2 swords + sheaths
- 1 wooden plaque
- bolts,screws to fix the plaque on the wall and hold the swords
- All swords purchased from this shop have dull blades.


An ancient race of Middle-earth, Elves are noble, elegant and magical beings in harmony with the natural world and its forces. Legolas Greenleaf, a Sindarin Elf of the Woodland Realm, was sent to Rivendell as a messenger and took part in the Council of Elrond, where he was chosen to represent the Elves in the Fellowship of the Ring. Legolas, who possesses keen senses, is an expert archer and master with Elven fighting knives, which he carried on his back in scabbards on either side of his quiver. He proved to be a valuable asset to the Fellowship as they journeyed into territories of evil. In keeping with the natural harmony of the Elves, Legolas' Fighting Knives have a flowing organic design, are adorned with Elven vine motifs, and the blades feature a very detailed filigree etch.

Specifications

Article number:
KAT0034
EAN:
695929082796
SKU:
KAT0034

Reviews

By Thaynara Silva

Great and beautifully done swords and plaque.

Posted on 05-02-2021
By Arjan

Beautiful swords and plaque. A bit difficult to hang them up in the crossed shape with the screws provided but managed to get it sorted

Posted on 16-01-2021
By Rudi

Top Ware, superschnelle Lieferung, alles Bestens.

Posted on 20-04-2020
By Julio

Una entrega muy rápida en estos tiempos de corona,
y estoy muy contento con la calidad de la espada. Un embalaje perfecto

Posted on 17-04-2020
By harry, Belgium

Gewoon weg prachtig!
het vrouwtjeis zeer content !!!

Posted on 09-05-2018
5 stars based on 5 reviews
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