MZ648 Lord of the Rings 'Galadriel™ of terrible aspect' vignette

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MZ648 Lord of the Rings 'Galadriel™ of terrible aspect' vignette
  • MZ648 Lord of the Rings 'Galadriel™ of terrible aspect' vignette
  • MZ648 Lord of the Rings 'Galadriel™ of terrible aspect' vignette
  • MZ648 Lord of the Rings 'Galadriel™ of terrible aspect' vignette
  • MZ648 Lord of the Rings 'Galadriel™ of terrible aspect' vignette
  • MZ648 Lord of the Rings 'Galadriel™ of terrible aspect' vignette
This is a 32mm scale unpainted vignette.

One of the most powerful and oldest beings in Middle-earth, Galadriel was offered the One Ring by Frodo during the Fellowship’s stay in Lothlorien. Like Saruman she would use the Ring for good were she to wield it, but wisely, and unlike Saruman, she realized its corrupting power. For a moment Frodo had a glimpse of Galadriel in her terrible aspect as the bearer of the One Ring "dreadful as the storm and the lightning”, but the moment passed, she rejected the ring and Frodo realized the folly of offering her this terrible power.

Dimensions: Vignette is 38mm in height from base to top of Galadriel's head and base measures about 37mm in length.
Total weight of metal vignette is 43 grams. This vignette is blister packed and unprimed. Assembly required.
Customer reviews
 5/5
Chris Tubb... do I have to say more?

Wonderful vignette, highly defined details..
Hagen B.
 5/5
Terrific!
Grégoire D.
 3/5
After so many years of magnificitent figures I'm not especially satisfied with this great vignette. Galadriel and her mirror are to small compared to the size of hobbits. No need to mention it Galadriel's water kettle...it is smaller than the size of the glass, in proportion to the size of the elves.
But hobbits are great ! .. in general all are very nice figures and a very good idea to show this great scene from the novel... It is worth having it in collection.
Ninoslav L.
 5/5
Very memorable scene from the LOTR. Great design (Chris Tubb) and detailed finish (Mithril staff). I can't wait to paint it :).
Amadeusz Z.
 4/5
I've always been in awe of Chris Tubb's sculpts and the new figures are still quality. However, there are a few discrepancies (size, hair, etc.) with this depiction of Galadriel and her mirror with previous versions in the Mithril line. Hoping this is just Chris getting use to the new 3D modeling technique. Regardless, you won't find as beautiful or detailed fantasy figures as these.
David B.
 4/5
The miniature is very nice and a great idea. Only I think the face expression of Galadriel could even be more terrifying.
Michael G.
 

 

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