The Lord Of The Rings : The One Ring - 10K Solid Gold (with Elvish runes)

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One Ring to rule them all.
One Ring to find them, 
One Ring to bring them all
and in the darkness bind them.

The One Ring created for The Lord of the Rings trilogy was designed and made by Jens Hansen - Gold & Silversmith of Nelson, New Zealand (Middle-earth). 

Weta is pleased to be working with Jens Hansen to produce The One Ring in 10K Solid Gold. It's crafted to the exact shape, thickness and proportions of the original movie prop and made from gold, sourced from Middle-earth (New Zealand).

Jens Hansen's reputation as a brilliant ringmaker was one of the main reasons he was approached to make the One Ring for The Lord of the Rings. Today Jens Hansen's son, Halfdan Hansen, continues his father's legacy, and manufactures The One Ring for us. Find out more about Jens Hansen.

This gorgeous piece of jewellery has the famous words in ancient Elvish runes engraved on the inside and outside of the ring, as well as on the beautiful wooden gift box made from natural Walnut timber. The box can be displayed open thanks to an ingenious and almost invisible elastic hinge or closed with a strong rare-earth magnet.

The lid features a The Lord of the Rings logo on the outside and the logos of Weta and Jens Hansen on the inside. The inside bottom of the box is lined with blue velvet.

Like anything made from natural timber, variations in grain and colour will occur and the colour may also change over time. This is an entirely natural process.

We can also offer separately a Sterling Silver chain - the 25 inch (65 cm) long chain upon which Frodo Baggins carried the One Ring in The Lord of the Rings. Also designed by Jens Hansen, this chain, with its unique S-shaped clasp is an exact replica of the chain that features in the close-up shots in the movies.

Other items of Middle-earth jewellery in the Weta range include:

Each item in our new series of jewellery is made in small numbers, so order as soon as possible to avoid any disappointment.

We will continue to launch new jewellery from The Lord of the Rings - please stay informed via our Newsletter and be the first to know!

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  • The One Ring - 10K Solid Gold
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Find Your Size

The One Ring - 10K Solid Gold comes in four sizes.

Check the table below for your size. We have listed UK and US sizes as well as metric measurements.

If you don't know your ring size, please check out our handy guide.

The One Ring - 10 K Solid Gold is available in the following sizes:

UK Inner Diameter mm US
17.3 7
18.9 9
19.9 10
20.7 11


We cannot accept responsibility for wrong size ordered. Please double-check all measurements before you order.

Please also read Weta's returns policy

Most useful user reviews

Weta Collector
5 stars

Just beautiful

I don't know what the previous reviewer is talking about - it... Read more.

I don't know what the previous reviewer is talking about - it doesn't sound like he has actually seen this ring in person, as the engraving is very fine and detailed, and certainly not 'ugly'. It leaves any other replica I've seen in the dust. It's really heavy and substantial, and I intend to wear it always. It's the most beautiful ring I own, and I feel very lucky to have it. For those who already own the sterling silver version as I do, it is exactly the same as that, just gold.

And AshGL1914, if you're reading this, it costs over a thousand because it's solid gold. Pretty simple. Hide.

2 of 2 people found this useful.

Weta Collector
0 stars


Why is the engraving on this 10k version of The One Ring... Read more.

Why is the engraving on this 10k version of The One Ring so crude compaired to the 18k? It looks almost like the Black Speech was cast into the ring rather than lasered? It's fairly ugly in comparison to the 18k, and yet still costs over a thousand. What's up with that? Hide.

9 of 12 people found this useful.