Nenya, the Ring of Adamant, one of the Three Rings of the Elves, was entrusted to Galadriel. By the power of Ring’s enchantments and its lady’s arts are the woods of Lothlórien kept safe from the forces of darkness. Crafted from finest mithril and set with a white stone it possesses radiance the equal of the stars.
Nenya - the Ring of Galadriel is made from Sterling Silver and inset with a Cubic Zirconia. It comes in a beautiful gift box made from natural Walnut timber.
The inside bottom of the box is lined with blue velvet.
Like anything made from natural timber, variations in grain and colour will occur and the colour may also change over time. This is an entirely natural process.
Other items of Middle-earth jewellery in the Weta range include:
Each item in our new series of jewellery is made in small numbers, so order as soon as possible to avoid any disappointment.
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Nenya - the Ring of Galadriel comes in two sizes.
Check the table below for your size. We have listed UK and US sizes as well as metric measurements.
If you don't know your ring size, please check out our handy guide.
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We cannot accept responsibility for wrong size ordered. Please double-check all measurements before you order.
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This is a great ring.
It is not a replica of the Nenya from the films, but... Read more.
It is not a replica of the Nenya from the films, but I like it for how it differs: it leans toward unisex, it is sturdier than any reproduction could be, and I like the design even better for myself.
The branches on the sides are not bilaterally symmetrical, which gives the design a more natural feel. The zircon has many sharp facets that catch the light nicely on close inspection.
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