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Wētā Workshop is thrilled to be exploring another world from the mind of Jim Henson, this time bringing you high-quality collectibles from the iconic 1986 film Labyrinth. A careless wish sees a young girl’s baby brother taken away by the mystical Goblin King. With just 13 hours on the clock, sixteen-year-old Sarah must solve, navigate, and survive the many trials and riddles of the mysterious Labyrinth.


1:6 scale statue – Limited Edition of 700
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(W x H x L) 16 cm x 24 cm x 16 cm
Weight: 4.623 lbs (2.097 kg)
Principal Sculptor:
Jane Wenley Jane Wenley

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Within a small hut, next to the only exit leaving the foul Bog of Eternal Stench, there resides a small yet gallant fox-like knight along with his trusty steed, a large albeit cowardly sheep-dog. The Knight is charged with guarding a bridge, vowing that “None shall pass this way without my permission!”

Sarah, Ludo, and Hoggle, seeking escape from the fetid Bog of Eternal Stench, happen upon a lone stone bridge. Before they can flee the Bog’s relentless odour, a shrill voice calls out to them “Stop! Stop I say!”

A loyal knight, brave to a fault, Sir Didymus joins Sarah, Ludo and Hoggle on their quest to save little Toby from the clutches of the Goblin King. This small yet feisty warrior is often the first to rush into an uncertain fight despite the odds, charging into battle atop his loyal, fur-covered, yet sometimes reluctant companion, Ambrosius.


  • 1:6 scale, Limited Edition of 700;
  • Portrays the gallant knight Sir Didymus on his cowardly steed Ambrosius;
  • Physically sculpted by Wētā Workshop sculptor Jane Wenley;
  • Incredible details, from intricate filigree to minute buttons;
  • Clutching his mighty baton, raised in triumph;
  • Ambrosius wears a uniquely designed blanket;
  • Perched upon the cracked stonework that makes up the infamous Labyrinth;
  • Made from high-quality polystone. 

Ask almost any sculptor, costumer, or creature-maker at Wētā Workshop about Labyrinth and they’ll always list it among their favourite films. Many will tell you it’s the reason they do what they do. The creative vision of Jim Henson and his team was so fresh, so imaginative, and so fun that it inspired a generation. The chance to celebrate that world by making Labyrinth collectibles is a dream come true for many of us. It’s a joy to be able to indulge our passion for Labyrinth and get lost in its wonders every day!

Daniel Falconer - Art Director & Senior Concept Designer, Wētā Workshop

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


It takes hundreds of hours to design, sculpt model make, mold, and paint the prototype for each new collectible 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.

Check out or full range of Labyrinth (1986) collectibles on offer.

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  1. Broken upon arrival
    My first two products came in great condition(shipped from USA) but upon this piece arrival-Several of the pieces came broken! The tassels on his arms, the hat, and the feather in his hat- all arrived in pieces(also shipped from the USA). I had to UV resin & super glue them back together. Even making my own little pieces due the sections that were chipped and I couldn't find to glue back together- I understand I spent 250$ because it was on sale but very upset that it still arrived damaged...A little worried to continue ordering certain selections as smaller more delicate pieces will possibly arrive broken as well

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