- Captures a critical moment in Tolkien's story!
- Made from high-quality polystone with environmental resin and limited to 700 pieces!
- Prototype sculpted by Weta Workshop sculptor, Jane Wenley!
Standing about 16-inches tall, this Lord of the Rings The Witch King and Frodo at Weathertop 1:6 Scale Statue beautifully captures a critical moment in Tolkien's story. This 1:6 scale statue is made from high-quality polystone with environmental resin sculpted by Jane Wenley and comes packaged in a closed box.
Hunted by Sauron's Ringwraiths, Frodo and his Hobbit companions flee into the wilderness, led by the mysterious Strider. By secret ways, the ranger guides them across country to the bare, ruin-studded hill, known as Weathertop. Any hope of rest is soon shattered when a Nazgûl scream pierces the air: the enemy has found them! Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippin are surrounded by five black-cowled Ringwraiths as they huddle amid the broken stones, swords drawn. But the Halflings are no match for the Wraiths, who bat Frodo's companions aside with disinterest as the Witch-king, their lord, advances on the stumbling Ringbearer.
Unable to resist, Frodo thrusts the One Ring onto his finger and is plunged into the grey spirit world of Ring-sight. No longer an empty black robe, the Witch-king is revealed to Frodo in his true form, fell and terrible to behold. Beneath a bladed crown he glows with an unearthly light; a tall white being of ghostly skin drawn about sunken features, wispy hair whipped by an ethereal tempest, and a long, jagged blade in his luminous hand as he reaches for the Ring.