Carved into the living green stone of the Lonely Mountain’s flank, the grand front gate of Erebor stood like a monument, proclaiming the power and skill of the Dwarves.
Impenetrable and proud, the great wall of hewn stone made a fortress of the mountainside, protecting the prosperous Dwarven city and the vast treasure of King Thror that it held.
Peaceful and plentiful were the days of Durin’s folk in those times, before rumour of the wealth of the Dwarves crept north; before the sky grew dark; before the coming of the hot wind…
The Front Gate to Erebor is an open edition piece.
The second collectible environment from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Weta's legacy of finely crafted minitures from Middle-earth continues with this iconic piece from the first movie. Erebor the way it looked before Smaug smote ruin on the mountain kingdom.
The Front Gate to Erebor environment from Weta is based on the set featured in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and built by a team of the same artists and craftsmen who work on our movies, led by Senior Modelmaker David Tremont and Leonard Ellis.
The Front Gate to Erebor environment joins a range of Middle-earth environments, including:
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