Among the peoples of Middle-earth none were more gifted with arrow and bow than the Elves.
Possessed of eyesight as keen as a hunting falcon, the Sindar Elves of King Thranduil’s Realm wielded their bows against the bloated spiders that had scuttled north with the creeping infection of the Necromancer.
Leading the Elven hunting parties was Tauriel, favourite of the King and lethal warrior. Even among the Elves, Tauriel’s prowess was revered and the whisper twang of her short, elegantly curved wooden bow and unerring flight of her barbed arrows were held in dread by the Realm’s enemies.
This prop replica has been created from molds of the original weapon used in the film, using the same high impact urethane material as the props on set and finished using the same techniques and materials.
The Bow and the arrow of Tauriel were created for the film by the artists at Weta Workshop. This prop replica is made of urethane and is a display piece. It may break if drawn or used as a weapon.
It comes with a reinforced polystone wall plaque for display, pride of place, on your wall.
Tauriel's bow is the second in Weta's range of high end authentic prop replicas from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. All created by the artists in the filmmaking community of Wellington, New Zealand.
So far, Weta's range of prop replicas from The Hobbit movies includes:
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This was my first Weta purchase and oh my gosh it is... Read more.
This was my first Weta purchase and oh my gosh it is AMAZING! I love the fletching on the arrow the most and the packeting was very impressive as well.
It is the perfect prop for anybody's collections! Hide.
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I purchased this bow two weeks ago. I received it today and... Read more.
I purchased this bow two weeks ago. I received it today and I'm totally in love with it. The detailing is amazing, not only on the bow itself, also the wall plaque is beautiful. The bow looks like wood, feels like wood, but it isn't and don't forget it's all hand painted! It doesn't seem very fragile but please take Weta's warning not to draw it seriously, because this piece is too unique to break. My compliments to Weta for this incredible prop. Thank you for making this. Hide.
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