- Look who's here… Bombur the Dwarf!
- 1:6 scale statue from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
- Crafted by the same artists that worked on the movie.
- Limited edition of 1,000 pieces!
Crafted and sculpted by the same artists that worked on The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,
this The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey Bombur 1:6 Scale Statue from Weta Workshop is a high-quality polystone collectible fit to display front and center. At 1:6 scale, Bombur measures 9 3/10-inches tall x 9 1/10-inches wide x 5 9/10-inches long and weighs 3 2/5-pounds. As you can see, Bombur is quite formidable when carrying his ladle - a surprisingly effective weapon when swung like a hammer! A limited edition of 1,000 pieces sculpted by Scott Spencer and Greg Tozer, you'll want The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey Bombur 1:6 Scale Statue in your collection.
Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed 1:6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth, expertly capturing the essence of each character in every piece. Sculpted and created by the same artists and craftspeople who work on the movies, it takes approximately 400-500 hours to design, sculpt, model-make, mould, and paint the prototype for each new character. Bombur the Dwarf is the sixth sculpture in Weta's range of 1:6 scale characters from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
Brother of Bofur and cousin to Bifur, Bombur rounds out the Company of Thorin as the quest’s travelling cook. Broad even for a Dwarf (who as a people tend to be stocky and wide of belly), Bombur has a passion for the preparation and consumption of food. But there's far more to the roly-poly Dwarf than just an appetite and predilection for culinary adventuring. Bombur may be somewhat innocent in the ways of the world and not as well travelled or experienced as some of his older companions, nor has he ever seen the object of the quest, the Lonely Mountain they seek to reclaim, but he is brave, doughty, and as loyal as he is capable with his ladle - a surprisingly effective weapon when swung like a hammer! A strong and dauntless fighter when pressed, the young Dwarf soon finds that he can take care of himself when it most matters, and can put on a surprising turn of speed… but then Dwarves are natural sprinters. Ages 14 and up.