The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey : Staff of Radagast the Brown : Reviews

$179.00 USD
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Edition Size:
1000
Dimensions:
84.6" x 13" x 9.3" (H x W x D)
215 cm x 33 cm x 23.5 cm
Weight:
17.4 lbs (7.9 kg)


Fashioned from an upturned sapling, Radagast’s gnarled staff serves as walking stick, magical rod and practical tool for the wandering Wizard of the woods and wilds. At home amid the beasts and trees, Radagast has largely eschewed the company of men or Elves or other cultured races for the solace of the forest and the companionship of its creatures. With twiggy protrusions serving as a bird’s perch and amid which a cool blue crystal nestles, the Wizard’s twisted staff is ever at his side, supporting him on his long, and frequently spontaneous, rambles through his forest home.

Radagast's staff was created for the film by the artists at the 3 Foot 7 Art Department.

Made in one piece from tough and strong fibreglass, this authentic prop replica has been created from molds of the original weapon used in the film and includes the mark of Radagast on the staff.

Radagast's staff comes with a black metal bracket for display, pride of place, on your wall. The blue 'crystal' (acrylic) in the head of the staff comes out - just as it does in the film, to create a bit of extra special magic...

The staff of Radagast the Brown is part of a range of high end authentic prop replicas from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. 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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  • Staff of Radagast the Brown
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  • Staff of Radagast the Brown

Please Note - the images above are of a pre-production prototype. Each prop is painted by hand and slight variations will occur.

This is a limited edition of 1,000 and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Radagast's staff comes with a bracket for display.

Most useful user reviews

DaIncredibleGG
19/02/13
Weta Collector
0 stars

Absolutely Beautiful!

I just received mine in the mail today. I was truly astounded... Read more.

I just received mine in the mail today. I was truly astounded when I opened it. The details are remarkable and it certainly makes me feel like an all-powerful wizard owning it! This piece really is one of the most beautiful and amazing things that I own and I will cherish it forever. Hide.

6 of 6 people found this useful.

Fraserclarinet
26/02/13
Weta Collector
5 stars

amazing

Just received my Radagast staff today. It came in a ridiculously large... Read more.

Just received my Radagast staff today. It came in a ridiculously large box which was gave the post man and I a good laugh when he handed it over. It is a beautiful Item, looks just like wood! The paint job is great. I particularly like the blue crsytal. It seems as though Weta have given a great deal of thought into deciding what material to make this of. The way it catches the light is stunning. I've got lots of lovely pictures of it looking as if it is actually glowing with a blue/white light! Awesome. The one complaint I have is the the wall mount bracket it comes with is not very good. The staff doesn't fit in it for a start so I had to bend it and it isn't anything special. They could have made that a bit special. Having said that I'm very happy with the staff. It is number 291 of 1000. Hide.

6 of 6 people found this useful.

Scout
14/12/13
Weta Collector
5 stars

A Worthy Staff

This staff is extremely well made and arrived packaged very well. The... Read more.

This staff is extremely well made and arrived packaged very well. The shipping box is massive. As for the staff itself. .. Absolutely Fantastic!!! It's weight is substantial and it looks as if it is truly made of a real sapling. The wall mount has a lot to be desired, but I never intended to hang it anyway. So it really doesn't concern me. To sum it up.... Worth every penny! Now I wish Weta would release Gandalf's LOTR staff. That would be epic! Hide.

1 of 1 people found this useful.