While her brother Éomer was Chief Marshal of the Riddermark, the Lady Éowyn held no formal position within her kingdom’s military. Even so, the Lady of Rohan trained with both sword and shield and was as courageous as any man in her uncle’s service.
A single, wide fuller ran almost to the tip of the blade, while the elegantly curved crossguard was twisted, ending in brass-ringed caps matching the sword’s wide pommel. The grip of the weapon was wrapped in rich brown leather, matching the scabbard in which it hung and the round shield Gondor’s favourite son wore upon his back.
Boromir’s sword was designed by Ben Wootten and made at Weta Workshop in New Zealand for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy by master swordsmith Peter Lyon.
The sixth sword in Weta's Master Swordsmith's Collection, the Sword of Boromir is made with the same attention to detail that the swordsmiths of Middle-earth would have required. Peter Lyon took the design and created a piece of art and a usable weapon wrapped in one.
A selection of finishes are available - please email us and discuss the options.
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.
This sword and its accessories are the absolute epitome of craftsmanship.
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