Lord of the Rings Andruil Sword of King Elessar of Gondor
In the New Line Cinema film, "The Return of the King", Anduril was reforged from the Shards of Narsil for Aragorn by elvensmiths in Rivendell.
The blade inscription features runes framed by stylized symbols of the Sun and the Moon, which represent Anrion and Isildur, the sons of Elendil, and seven symbolic stars that represent Elendil, who died wielding Narsil in battle against Sauron.
Inscribed on the pommel are runes in the Elven language of Sindarin that say "Narsil essenya, macil meletya; Telchar carneron Navarotesse". This translates to "Narsil is my name, a mighty sword; Telchar made me in Nogrod."
United Cutlery, the industry leader in movie knife reproductions has been awarded the license to reproduce swords from all three films. United has meticulously reproduced the actual prop swords using only the finest grade materials and craftsmanship of the highest quality.
|Overall Length||134.3 cm|
|Blade Length||101.6 cm|
|Blade Steel||AUS-6 stainless steel|
-Blade: double tempered - false edged blade
-Solid metal cross guard and pommel with an antique silver plated finish
-24-K gold plated fittings
-Authentic runes deep-etched in the Elven language of Quenya on both sides of the false-edged blade
-Handle material: Black leather wrapped
-Screen-printed wall plaque symbols of the Kingdom of Gondor
-Parchment certificate of authenticity