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Find a selection of the best swords and other weaponry from the The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. At Atlanta Cutlery you will find the weapons of Thorin, Gandalf as well as the memorable arms of other characters from Middle Earth, all recreated for your collection of cinematic legends. On offer are the Orcrist, the legendary Elvish blade that Thorin claimed for himself; the Sting, the blade that Bilbo Baggins acquires around the same time that Thorin claims Orcrist and Gandalf claims Glamdring (which is also available here). Each of the blades, axes, and staves that you will find here are made from the finest materials, and each one is made to look exactly like its on-screen replica. And more than just swords from the Hobbit, you will also find swords from the Lord of the Rings trilogy here, too, allowing you to own the arms of the warriors who came later, too!

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Hobbit Sting Sword of Frodo Baggins with Wall Plaque

#501717
This officially licensed Hobbit Sting Sword of Frodo Baggins comes with a wooden display plaque and certificate of authenticity. It features a solid metal guard and pommel with an antique metal finish and a plastic handle. The 420 stainless steel blade features an Elven vine design.
$139.99

The Hobbit: Morgul Dagger Blade of Nazgul

#404510
From The Hobbit film series, this officially licensed Morgul Dagger has a stainless AUS-6 steel blade, solid metal hilt parts, and a leather-wrapped grip. It includes a wooden wall display featuring a graphic motif of the Witch-king crown. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
$114.98

Fighting Knives of Legolas Greenleaf

#404509
Temporarily Out of Stock - Est. Arrival Date Jan 2021. These officially licensed prop replicas from the Lord of the Rings Trilogy include a display plaque and a Certificate of Authenticity. The knives have razor-sharp stainless steel blades, handcrafted solid wood handles, and solid metal guards and pommels. Features Elven vine decorative accents.
$169.98

The Lord of the Rings: Sword of Bard the Bowman

#501715
From The Hobbit film series, this officially licensed Sword of Bard the Bowman has a hilt bearing design motifs of ancient Dale, with a pommel in the shape of twin bird heads and a leather-wrapped grip embossed with an overlapping scaled feather pattern. The blade is adorned with engraved grooves and a rune etching.
$149.99

Hobbit Sting Scabbard

#600932
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".
$51.95

Hobbit Sting Sword of Bilbo Baggins

#501427
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.
$136.95

Hobbit Glamdring the Sword of Gandalf

#501424
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 has solid metal hilt parts, faux blue jewel gemstones and a genuine leather-wrapped grip. It includes a wood wall display and certificate of authenticity.
$209.99

Hobbit Orcrist Sword of Thorin Oakenshield

#501426
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.
$181.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Hobbit Sting Sword of Frodo Baggins with Wall Plaque

Great item for the price.
Reviewed by: Richard, January 23, 2021

Review of: Hobbit Sting Sword of Bilbo Baggins

I recently watched the Hobbit trilogy, and finally succumbed to my desire to own a Sting replica.

This sword is very satisfying. You'll read a number of reviews online where people are nit-picking various aspects of the construction, and to a certain extent they'll be correct. If you're a sword purist, if you have an opinion about different grinds or tang types, then perhaps you'll be unsatisfied. But if you're a Lord of the Rings fan, if you want a sword that makes you feel like Bilbo heading off into the wilderness, then go for it.

If you forced me to express a more detailed opinion about the sword, I will say that the handle is the least satisfying thing. It's some sort of plastic with a wood and vine pattern painted onto it. If I stop what I'm doing and really pay attention to the handle, then I'm not impressed with it. But when I'm holding it, I don't really care that it's not real wood.

Another drawback is that the blade is stainless steel, which means much easier maintenance (no rust!) but technically the blade is not well suited for actual cutting use because it's more brittle than true blade steel and could break. Here's an easy solution - don't hit anything hard with the sword.

All told, I am very happy with my replica Sting sword. It makes me feel like a kid again.
Reviewed by: Marc, January 16, 2021

Review of: Hobbit Glamdring the Sword of Gandalf

This has always been my favorite sword from the LOTR/Hobbit films. Finally decided to add it to my collection. It seems a lot larger in person, though it is well made. United Cutlery does nice work. Saw various sites selling this particular sword as high as the mid $300's!! Atlanta Cutlery's price was $8 cheaper than any other site's lowest at $188
Reviewed by: Brian, February 01, 2020

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: 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