Younger brother of Dori and elder sibling to Ori, Nori the Dwarf’s stake in the Quest for Erebor has as much to do with leaving trouble behind as it does with seeking adventure ahead. Of all the Dwarves in the Company of Thorin Oakenshield, he is perhaps the most accustomed to sleeping under hedges and in caves, having found himself on the wrong side of the law more than he would likely confess. An opportunist with an eye for precious metal, bright stones and fine craftsmanship, Nori has lived on the keenness of his wits and deftness of his light fingers for many a year.
Now the roguish Dwarf has joined the Quest to reclaim the lost kingdom of Erebor. In the habit of looking after his own skin, Nori stands shoulder to shoulder with his brothers and the heir to the throne of Thror, fighting staff in hand, knives at the ready, and a handful of coins stuffed down his boots.
Weta continues the legacy of producing finely crafted, highly detailed 1/6 scale collectible polystone statues from Middle-earth. The essence of each character expertly captured in every piece.
Nori the dwarf was sculpted by Scott Spencer.
It takes approximately 400-500 hours to design, sculpt, model-make, mould and paint the prototype for each new character.
Sculpted and created by the same artists and craftspeople who work on our movies, Nori the Dwarf joins our range of 1/6 scale characters from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
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I was a bit put of by the price, however this is amazing. The detail is top notch, the face is perfect. There is one little thing I wish was better and that was him on the stand not being to wobbly however this could be me not putting him on right. Would recommend. Hide.
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