Regal Sword of Thorin Oakenshield

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  • Polyresin construction
  • Exact film replica
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • 37" overall length


A Polyresin prop replica of the iconic Dwarven sword wielded by king Thror in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, now wielded by his grandson Thorin Oakenshield in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. The design of this richly detailed prop represents the regality of the Dwarven kingdom of Erebor, featuring an ornately sculpted raven hilt with gold accents and a gold inlaid blade. Crafting this massively thick sword blade in real steel was not possible outside of Middle-earth, so we have exactly replicated the Urethane and aluminum filming prop in polyresin with screen-accurate detailing, hand-painted colors, and weathering effects. Comes with a 3-dimensional poly stone wall display sculpted to match the styling of Thorin's regal war shield. Each piece is individually serial numbered and includes a certificate of authenticity.

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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.63 out of 5
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Joshua Byers
Jan 24, 2017
(3 out of 5)
Meh... Yes and No

I finally broke down and bought one, despite all the negative criticism. And, the remarks online hold true for mine. Upon opening it I loved it. It wasn't as big as other complain as far as scale goes and the paint job didn't really seem as bad as other claim. Basically at first glance I loved it, its actually got some weight to it as well which was surprising. Upon a closer look, some paint/material was chipped of on the ravens cross guard, not a deal breaker, a sharpie and some smearing hid it completely, You could never tell. Then I remembered people complaining about resin fracturing... Sure enough, upon looking, where the handle and cross guard meet, a hairline fracture circling almost the entire handle... I bought this piece to judge if I should continue collecting BudK/UC's resin line up (Dain) and basically, no. I'll take the hit on this one, but won't risk anymore. Stop being cheap and make them to the QC standards UC did before. I get being cost effective, but there is a point where you sacrifice customers. Don't get me wrong, I still want to like this piece, but the crack running around the handle is gonna bother me, and basically I'm hesitant to even hold it as it may finish breaking.

 

patric silva
Sep 03, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Looks siik

Looks and feels amazing. People dont like it bevause its not made of steel but united explained the sword wouls be far too heavy to hold. It looks just like in the movie and fun to swing around. Cannot beat the price. Thanks budk

 

Wyatt Hurst
Jun 17, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Amazing quality

This product stunning! Glad I finally got it.

 

Michael Dax
May 26, 2016
(3 out of 5)

I thought it would be like a broadsword but its actually kinda small. due to it being a cast replica it feels more like a toy than a weapon.

 

Darren Smith
Apr 22, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Very Nice!

This was much nicer than I expected and much nicer than it appears in the pics and video. Not quite as big as the pictures make it out to be. It is a big sword, but big for a dwarf if you know what I mean. Yes, its poly-resin, but it does nothing to detract from the sword itself. Excellent paint and nice details on the sword. The wall mount is also resin and has some serious weight to it. That thing has to weigh at least 5 pounds. Make sure you mount it securely! Speaking of the mount, probably UC's best Hobbit/LoTR mount of any sword so far. It looks fantastic. The packaging was a tad different however. It came in a fairly big, standard cardboard box, but did not have the slipcase cover like the other UC Hobbit weapons. Instead, it has a 8x11 color picture of the sword glued to the side of the box. No big deal. But I thought that was a little odd considering this is by no means UC's biggest sword and the rest come in a nice slipcase package. Honestly, I can't think of any downsides to this sword. I would never have bought it at its original $269 asking price, but for $107, its well worth the money and looks fantastic when mounted and displayed. For the new low price, buy it. Its worth it!

 

Richard Yoha
Mar 22, 2016
(3 out of 5)
Good price, fun wall hanger

Great buy for the reduced price. Unbalanced and odd in the hand but pretty awesome to have a Dwarven sword. Grab it while you can because at this price it will be gone soon. The plaque is pretty cool but I would say this is one of my heavier wall hangers, make sure you mount it securely.

 

Axel Bourquenoud
Jul 15, 2015
(1 out of 5)
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disappointed ... the sword is made of resin and it is not a surprise. The sword is rather well done. But the ravens on guard and pommel are supposed to be obsidian so shiny black. United painted in matt blue. This does not correspond to the film. The wall plate resin is not very successful. It does not put the sword value. it does not go with wall plate wooden collection. The ravens of the sword can be repainted, wall plate can be replaced ... but the scale is wrong. This is not exact film replica. The sword is the accessory to the scale of the actor Richard Armitage and not the sword of history at the dwarwes an Thorin scale. She is too large, as large as Orcrist!

 

Emmet
Jul 09, 2015
(4 out of 5)
Great Replica

This sword is an amazing replica of the movie sword. The raven motif is stunning and the plaque is one of the best created in the line. The only reason I did not give this a 5 star rating was due to the polyresin finish. I understand the use of this material, but I prefer real metal weapons. Still a great addition to my collection.

 

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