- Ominous, forbidding Barad-dur.
- Home to Dark Lord Sauron, it stands 20-inches tall and weighs 22-pounds!
- Limited edition statue from Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings.
- The smallest and finest details are accurately reproduced.
- Add to the magic of Barad-dur with a free app for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch!
It doesn't get more ominous and forbidding than Barad-dur, home to Sauron. The menace of the Dark Lord from Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings
is captured perfectly in this Lord of the Rings Barad-dur Fortress of Sauron Statue. An exact model of the shooting miniature used by director Peter Jackson for the film trilogy, this unbelievable sculpture measures 20-inches tall x 18-inches wide x 12-inches long and weighs 22-pounds! Every crag, buttress, rampart, and pinnacle has been expertly reproduced by Weta Senior Model Maker David Tremont and his team of model makers, sculptors, and painters. A limited edition of 1,000 pieces, Barad-dur is different from other statues in that it's made from a combination of polystone and polyurethane. Being such a complex structure, the use of polyurethane ensures the smallest and finest details can be accurately reproduced with reduced risk of breakage. Picture how great your Orthanc
Statue (sold separately) will look paired with Barad-dur!
For those who want to add a bit of movie magic to their statue of Barad-dur, Weta has created a free app for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. The Eye of Sauron app allows you to point your smartphone at the sculpture to get a feel for what it might be like to walk a mile in Frodo's shoes... or Hobbit feet!
Looming 3,000 feet over the parched plains of Mordor was the vast and terrible fortress of Barad-dur, the home of Dark Lord Sauron. Held aloft by the iron will of its master, the great tower was the ultimate testimony to the might of Sauron. From its black stone summit, the Dark Lord would cast his malevolent gaze across the desolate stretch of Gorgoroth to the west, seeking the return of the Ring that held the key to his dominion of Middle-earth. Torn down after his defeat at the Last Alliance of Men and Elves at the end of the Second Age, over centuries the Dark Tower was rebuilt even greater than it had been before, for while the Ring survived, the foundations of Sauron's power would always remain intact and his power would grow again!