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From New Line Cinema, Peter Jackson and Warner Bros. comes J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, brought to the big screen in an epic trilogy. Weta Workshop was thrilled to return to Middle-earth once again, contributing design, specialty props and specialty costu


1:6 scale statue - Limited Edition of 750
(W x H x L) 31 cm x 30 cm x 38 cm
Weight: 8.818 lbs (4 kg)
Principal Sculptor:
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With the army of Mirkwood encamped upon his doorstep, Thorin Oakenshield sent word to his kin in the Iron Hills, that they might march with haste to defend his claim to the treasure of Erebor. Under the banner of his cousin Dain a host of steel-clad Dwarves answered Thorin’s call, pressing on through the night to surprise King Thranduil’s Elves.

Proud, grim-browed folk, the Dwarves marked every past slight or injustice visited upon them by the haughty Elves and arrived spoiling for a fight. Though stout, the soldiers of the Iron Hills were resolute and tireless fighters. Dwarf armour was thick and their shields broad. Beyond the axes and short swords that hung from their belts they carried long, pointed spears to extend their reach and impale charging foes.

Yet, in the face of a much greater evil, the resentment simmering between Elves and Dwarves was swiftly set aside, for the armies of Azog came suddenly upon them, erupting from the ground to make war upon the Mountain. Reforming their ranks, two hosts locked in enmity moments ago now fought as one: a force united by love of life and liberty, standing against the on-rushing tide of savage Orcs.


The latest in our 1:6 scale line, the Dwarf Soldiers of the Iron Hills are designed to accompany the Mirkwood Elf Soldier. Although available as standalone statues, we recommend displaying them as one dynamic scene, straight out of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.

Simply detach your Mirkwood Elf carefully from his base, connecting his back foot to the epaulette of your lead Dwarf Soldier. In an instant, these warriors of Middle-earth are poised to attack!

What's more, the Mirkwood Elf Soldier & Iron Hill Dwarves make an ideal companion to the rest of your Battle of the Five Armies characters.


Our authentic prop replicas and collectibles are designed by the very same artists who have worked on the three films, so effectively they come straight from Middle-earth.

Richard Taylor - CEO & Co-founder, Weta Workshop

Behind the Scenes on The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Please note: images are of a pre-production prototype. Each sculpture is hand painted and minor variations will occur.

Weta Workshop’s high-quality Middle-earth collectibles are designed by the very same artists and technicians who work on our movies. It takes hundreds of hours to design, sculpt, model make, mold, and paint the prototype for each new piece. Whether it be a prop replica, beautiful environment or iconic character, we treat our collectibles with the same level of care and attention to detail that we bring to our film work.

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  1. You got to love these Ironheads
    Wonderful scene (with or without the elf) !
    Dynamic poses and \"nice\" expression of their faces.

    Why not 5/5 stars: Product Design issues
    One helmcrest was broken off and one finger is predestinated to be broken off by the spear.

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  2. If it\'s a fight they want. We\'ll give \'em!
    Weta have really upped their game in terms of exciting pieces and this is no exception.
    The Dwarven pair are resplendent in their heavily detailed armour which includes side arm swords. The spears are metal and fit easily into place. Brilliant, expressive face sculpts and great pose.Well painted and well put together piece with option to join with the companion Elf piece or not.
    Downside is the helm crests are delicate and have a high chance of snapping off in transit (I was one of the lucky ones). The spears are of a soft metal so easily bent if you catch them on anything when positioning.
    Great piece that goes exceptionally well with the Mirkwood Elf.

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  3. Very nice design but packaging sucks
    This item is very detailed. I love this piece, but I rate it as a 2 because out of the 3 set 1 of 151, and 4 of my Iron hills dwarves. The black bearded dwarves are broke. Its mostly the crest of his helmet. I also had a finger broken off on another separate black bearded dwarf. The crest was fine. Weta\'s quality control sucks. So, IF you manage to get a set or the Iron hills dwarves, consider yourself lucky, because this piece is beautiful.

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  4. Overally a very nice statue
    It\'s not the easiest to put the pieces together and the paintwork of the snow can be better.
    Despite this, overally the paintwork and the pose, so the statue itself is very nice.

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  5. One of my favorites
    Weta has to bring more generic pieces like this. I love dwarves and these are just amazing. The fact you can put an elf on its shoulder is the cherry on the cake.

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  6. Dwarfs
    Just recieved my statue this morning and think it is absolutley fantastic the pose and the detail are top notch. ps wish you would do a miniature of th dwarf chariot

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  7. Dwarves!
    The detail on these two are amazing they were packed great so arrived with no damage. This is a great collectible to add to anyone\'s collection!

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  8. Work of Art
    Just received my matching set #024 and it is absolutely beautiful down to the smallest detail. It looks really cool standing there within my collection of Weta statues. I just can\'t get enough of these works of art. Cheers to everyone at Weta

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