Angrist, Elven Sword of Strider
This is inspired by Angrist, the elven sword of strider, or sometimes called the elven knife of strider. It is made of 440 stainless steel blade and wooden handle. At 20" this is a full size reproduction. It comes with a sheath and a wall plaque. it also comes in a nice box. It is the best replica on the market.
A knife made by the great weaponsmith Telchar of Nogrod, and borne by Curufin. Beren, who had taken it from Curufin, used it to cut a magical Silmaril out of Morgoth's Iron Crown; as Beren attempted to remove a second enchanted jewel the knife broke and a shard cut Morgoth Eventually presented to Strider as one of his arsenal of weapons.
Aragorn II, son of Arathorn is a fictional character from J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. He serves as one of the protagonists of The Lord of the Rings. Aragorn was originally a Ranger of the North, first introduced by the name Strider at Bree, which the Hobbits continue to call him throughout The Lord of the Rings. He was eventually discovered to be not simply a Ranger, but the heir of Isildur, rightful claimant to the thrones of both Arnor and Gondor. He was also a close confidant of Gandalf, and as such an integral part of the quest to destroy the One Ring and defeat the Dark Lord Sauron.
The Lord Of Rings Angrist Sword is in total 20 inches long, with its curved blade and red dyed wood handle, it weighs in at 20.5 grams. The sword comes with a leather sheath with a gold colored metal trim and tip. Down the middle of the blade there are engraving patterns and writing.
The dyed red wooden handle and the gold colored pommel go well with the leather sheath, the blade is light and the leather sheath is a nice extra.
The sword also comes with a wall mount, the wall mount is all wood and is painted.
- Blade Material 440 Stainless Steel
- Overall Length 20 Inches / 51cm
- Blade Length 15 inches / 38cm
- Handle Wood / Metal
- Unit Weight 1.7kg
Please note: Under current UK laws you must be 18 or over to purchase this item.
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