Utilizing many of the actual props and pieces from the blockbuster motion pictures and hit television series, Atlanta Cutlery uses all of the talented technicians at their disposal to bring these pieces of fantasy to living reality. Every piece is replicated as close to the original prop as possible, which allows you to own these faithful replicas, many of which are stored in film vaults around the world.
This is an exact replica of the sword used onscreen in the classic movie Conan the Barbarian. From the intricate details on the guard and pommel to the deep runes on the powerful blade, this is truly a masterful reproduction by the master craftsmen at Windlass Steelcrafts.
This functional replica sword from Conan the Barbarian, is hand-forged from 1085 high carbon steel and tempered to 52 HRC for strength. Overall 38-1/2 inches.
This replica functional sword from Conan the Barbarian, is hand-forged from 1085 high carbon steel and tempered to 52 HRC for strength. Overall 38 inches.
The sword named Glamdring was forged by the high Elves of the West, in the hidden city of Gondolin. Glamdring survived, only to be found thousands of years later by Gandalf and his companions. This authentically detailed replica is a reproduction of the actual filming prop built used in the motion picture, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. The Glamdring sword is 475/8" overall, featuring a 351/4" tempered AUS-6 stainless steel blade. Solid metal hilt parts, faux blue jewel gemstones and a genuine leather-wrapped grip. It is presented with a wood wall display and includes a certificate of authenticity.
This fantasy sword features a tempered AUS-6 stainless steel blade with an etched runic inscription. The hilt is crafted with solid metal parts, simulated gemstones and an acrylic resin grip. It is presented with a wood wall display with silk-screened graphic and includes a certificate of authenticity.
This authentically detailed replica is a reproduction of the actual filming prop built by Weta Workshop of New Zealand and used in the motion picture The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
This sword is a reproduction of the actual filming prop. The Sting sword features a stainless steel blade, solid metal hilt parts and an intricately detailed vine adorning the grip. It includes a wood wall display with graphic motifs. Scabbard available separately.
This massive Death Dealer Shield is an incredible addition to the Frank Frazetta Collector’s Edition line. Showing the battle scars of many campaigns, this shield is hand formed steel made by the master smiths at Windlass Steelcrafts. Only few left in stock!
Top Customer Reviews
Review of: Hobbit Sting Scabbard
A very nice accessory for your "Sting" to keep it clean and sharp while you are questing. You'll be pleased at the feel of it when your weapon "snaps" snug and securely into place. If you don't get it, you'll regret it.
Reviewed by: , October 30, 2019
Review of: Hobbit Sting Sword of Bilbo Baggins
What a fine display weapon this is. I can hardly wait to take it on a quest. Mountains, Gandalf, I want to see mountains! Meanwhile, I've been watching for a blue glow. Nope! No orcs in my neighborhood. You will be pleased with the quality of this item. I got the scabbard, as well.
Reviewed by: , October 30, 2019
Review of: Conan Valeria’s Sword
Having been a fan of the original movie since it debuted in the eighties I was delighted when the three swords were offered at prices far more reasonable than those made by the movie sword maker Jody Samson.
When I took Valeria's sword out of the box, I was shocked by its weight and construction. There is no doubt in my mind that the actress was using a FAR lighter weapon in the movie, whereas Robert E Howard would have heartily approved of this beast!!! Well done, ACC and thank you!!!
Reviewed by: Michael, June 06, 2019
Review of: Hobbit Glamdring the Sword of Gandalf
I bought this for my daughter for Christmas and she loved it. She really knows blades and it was everything i had hoped for when i chose it. Beautiful and great quality.
Reviewed by: Karl, August 15, 2018