Relive one of the epic moments from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring with this The Lord of the Rings Aragon at Amon Hen 1:6 Scale Statue! Searching for Frodo and Boromir, Aragon prepares for battle against the hoard of Uruk-hai through the forest of Amon Hen. Weliding his sword and elvish blade in both hands, Aragon is depicted in mid-run through the leafy forest. Sclupted by Daniel Cockersell and painted by Jules German, this 1:6 scale polystone statue comes to life by using traditional hand-crafted techniques with modern technology. Complete the Battle of Amon Hen series with this The Lord of the Rings Aragon at Amon Hen 1:6 Scale Statue!
Numb from the loss of Gandalf, yet with purpose renewed from their time in Lothlorien, the Fellowship of the Ring makes its way south. Frodo strays among the trees, climbing the wooded slope of Amon Hen, and here finds Boromir waiting for him. Emerging from the trees in clouds of dust and the rumble of iron-shod feet come scores of slavering Uruk-hai. Now Aragorn must fight to buy Frodo's escape, and as the Hobbit vanishes among the leaves the clear horn of Gondor sounds below: Boromir calls for aid. Outnumbered, desperate and dispersed, the Fellowship is broken, but its members might yet be saved.