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 1000
(W x H x L) 23 cm x 27 cm x 15 cm
Weight: 2.235 lbs (1.014 kg)

Simple and straightforward in taste and manner, Bofur the Dwarf binds the Company of Thorin together through hardship and ill weather with his smile and wit.

Brother to Bombur and cousin to Bifur, Bofur claims no familial bond to Thorin Oakenshield, but his loyalty is nevertheless unshakeable. The gold that lies at the end of their quest is less important to him than the bond of honour and belief that he has in Thorin's cause.

An unrestrained tease, Bofur finds mirth in most circumstances, and his humour, while quick, is good natured and never cruel. He eagerly welcomes Bilbo Baggins into their number even while others harbour doubts about the Hobbit and his suitability to the quest.

Bofur watches over his brother and cousin and feels responsible for their welfare, swinging his mattock in their defence as enthusiastically and effectively as his wit.

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

Please note: images are of a pre-production prototype. Each statue 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 Won\'t need a Cheese Knife with this!
    This looks so much like jimmy himself. The amount of detail is just perfect. I love this product and hope that you guys at WetaWorkshop keep up the great work

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    Bofur looks just like Bofur/James Nesbitt, and all the details and colors are spot on! Of all the pieces I have gotten so far this one is the best (and all the pieces are AWESOME!). A great addition, and a wonderful pose. Plus the look on his face is pure Bofur! You want to hug him and stay out of the way at the same time!

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  3. He's got the balls for it!
    I am a long time fan of Jimmy Nesbitt and a longer time fan of Middle Earth, so too see him in the Hobbit was a great surprise for me.
    Peter Jackson has let Jimmy shine as Bofur, allowing a lot of his natural humour and talent to come through in the character of Bofur the Dwarf. WETA equally, have captured this in poly stone for me. Once again a heavily detailed sculpt and great likeness, but they have captured a pose and feature that just screams Jimmy Nesbitt. Poised and ready to strike, but with a wry, almost mischievous smile on his face and a deadly look of the irish 'foightin spirit' in his eyes!
    Neatly painted, some fine detailing and simple assembly make him a most welcome member to my growing Company of Dwarves.

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  4. Bofur is great
    Comic-Con 2013 brought us multiple new items that are going to be released for sale over the course of the next year. One of the new items that you could purchase while at the show or order for in-stock purchase via the Weta Workshop website is the Bofur the Dwarf statue. Bofur is one of three new Dwarven statues that was displayed at Comic-Con, along with Kili (Kili Review) and Gloin ,who is due to go up for order later this year.


    The overall graphic layout for Bofur’s box stays the same as we’ve seen with previous entries in the line. Per the format we’ve come to know, the front of the box gives you a great shot of Bofur, graphic work for the title of the movie, and of course the Weta logo. The sides of the box for Bofur also present a familiar format with different looks at the statue. While the other side of the box presents some of the various products you can get in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey line of collectibles. The back of the box contains a great story on Bofur as well as information regarding details of the character and statue. The Styrofoam on the inside is typical with what we’ve become used to getting with these statues.


    Lindsey Crummett is back at it again with Bofur. This will be the third Dwarve she’s sculpted in this series following Baling and Kili. As we mentioned in our Kili review she is also responsible for the amazing Azog the Defiler on Warg we saw during Comic-Con 2013. As been the case so far with every item she’s worked on Bofur is another exceptional addition to our collections.

    The likeness of Bofur is pretty darn good. You get the solid likeness that James Nesbitt has while wearing the entire getup to play Bofur and you also have that ornery smile that he has in multiple parts of the movie. The work on the hair is also nicely done once again giving the real life appearance as well as the work done on his very unique looking beard. Bofur’s outfit is a little closer to Bombur but you also get some nice blend of leather with the cloth. So you get some great design work on the edging of his outfit in the sleeve area and on his vest. His boots have a great fur design on them, which comes through from the actual costume. I also love the little details of this piece with the little leather pouch having great stitch work, his awesome scarf, and that cool hat which blends the wool/leather look.

    Bofur also comes ready for battle as he’s about to swing that giant mace. I’m really impressed with the detail in this wepon. The wooden detail in the staff of this weapon has a great worn wood look to it and near the top it appears to be wrapped some leather. Of course the end has been recreated to match the prop from the movie in spectacular fashion. It has all the beat up metal markings sculpted into it that make it appear to have actually been used.


    Bofur continues the streak of very well painted statues from Weta Workshop. The skin tones use the proper paint mixture to not only make the statue look like a shrunken Dwarf. I also love the work done on the eyes of Bofur in that they help sell the ornery look that he has. Once, again I think after making sure that you create a mini-Dwarf is making the outfit look real. The paint department did this in spades. The outfit has a real dirty look to it that helps show off the wear and tear this outfit has scene, but you do not lose the little details in the outfit. You also get the proper color of the outfit as we saw it on screen. Bofur’s weapon also has a fantastic paint job with it helping to create a old used weapon. The wood has the proper worn look as does the metal piece at the top both working with the sculpting job.


    Bofur retails for $249, which is in line with most of the statues so far in the line. I’ve loved Bofur from the start with his unique look and personality in the film. He looks great and helps create a really great looking Hobbit display. I want to add that with every release in this line Weta is just continuing to show how great they with these statues.

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