Mithril Miniatures now offers Advantage Points when you buy our products. For every 10 Euro (rounded down)you spend on our products you gain 1 Advantage Point. You can start to redeem the points when they reach 5 points. At that stage each point equals 1 Euro. You can check your balance in your account.

As an extra bonus we have a special
Loyalty Figures category that allows you to redeem points and get FREE figures. Just include the product code (e.g. M222) in the special instructions in your order and make sure that you have the required points in your account. Our staff will manually deduct the relevant points (shown on the product pages) and include the free figure(s) with your order.

Mithril™ was founded in 1987 and has been dedicated since then to the creation of miniature figures, inspired by Middle-earth as portrayed by J.R.R. Tolkien in his books, 'The Hobbit™' and 'The Lord of the Rings™'. It has been our intention to faithfully recreate the characters from these works and imbue the miniatures as much as possible with the atmosphere and feel of Middle-earth™.

To this end much painstaking research has gone into this range, both in costume and character appearance, so as to make and retain an authentic and consistent feel to the figures and above all to remain true to Tolkien's original vision of his strange and magical world.

NEW PRODUCTS
MS597: 'Earendur™, Last King of Arnor' metal LOTR miniature.
Price: €21
MS596: Haradan™ Musician metal figures.
Price: €21
Christmas 2013: 'Merchant Prince of Umbar'
Price: €22
MS593: Bogatung™ of Laketown.
Price: €21
News Flash

Earendur™, Last King of Arnor Miniature.
This new metal figurewill be released April 2014.
Eärendur was the tenth and last King of Arnor. After his death in 861, probably due to jealousy on the part of the two younger sons, his three sons split Arnor into three separate kingdoms: Arthedain, Cardolan and Rhudaur.

His eldest son and rightful heir, Amlaith of Fornost, became the first King of Arthedain, and it was through Amlaith and his heirs that the line of Isildur endured whilst the line of kings of Rhudaur and Cardolan failed - Aragorn II was a direct descendent of Amlaith, and it wasn't until Aragorn became king that Arnor was finally reunified.

This figure is primed.

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