What do hobbits, dragons, and dwarves all have in common? A love of shiny things! And if you share in that love too, then you have come to the right place, because we cater to all those who not only love beautiful jewelry but also want products that are sure to entrance any Hobbit enthusiasts who lay their eyes on them. Fans of the book will find that there are more than a few recognizable artifacts floating around here, many of which make for stunning collectibles and brilliant showpieces to have sitting in your home. Be sure to check out the Arkenstone, a legendary stone of unparalleled brilliance that Thorin himself hoped to lay claim to (now you can get your hands on it, too). Of course, we also carry a few other impressive trinkets, including the key that Thorins father left him to use when getting into The Lonely Mountain, as well as various rings that are vitally important to the series, including a few replicas of the ring that Bilbo managed to acquire from the foul creature, Gollum. We also have a number of other accessories here that are inspired by the book and films, all but ensuring that no matter where you go, you can always have a Hobbit accessory on your person. Whether you are looking for key chains, necklaces, or rings, you are sure to find them all and more here when you are on the hunt for beautiful jewelry inspired by and licensed from The Hobbit.
At first glance, The One Ring of Power might be an innocuous accessory, but a second glance reveals it for what it is. It is recreated as this Color Scripted One Ring in Silver, which takes the accessory and reworks it in silver.
This Elvish Copper Leaf of Fall Necklace is struck from solid copper and is designed after currency that was made by the Noldorin Elves while under the rule of Celebrimbor, the great Elven-smith and forger of the Rings of Power.
The only things more beautiful than the Elvish people are their language and their jewelry. Put those things together, and you get splendor beyond the human grasp. Or it was beyond grasp, until you got the Elvish Leaf of Summer Necklace.
In the world of J.R.R. Tolkien, the elves valued silver above all other metals. For this reason, they once used it as currency. Some of those coins still exist and make pretty nice jewelry. Just look at the Elvish Leaf of Winter Necklace.
This Elvish Mithril Leaf of Spring Necklace is struck from solid niobium and is designed after currency that was made by the Noldorin Elves. Mithril is a fictional metal that is said to be both stronger and lighter than steel.
In Middle-Earth, the Moon has a magical connection to the Elves, who use its light to write hidden messages. With the Rivendell Silver Moon Necklace, you can venerate this mystic link, as well as some other features of Elvish lore.
The sword Sting has seen years of service, and not only in the hands of hobbits. It is most well-known for being Bilbos sword, and then Frodos. Now, it can be yours, too, in the form of this wondrous Sterling Silver Sting Pendant!
For some reason I didn't realize this (DK1029) was a triangular shaped bottle, but I dig it. The corks on their bottles are great quality, the leather work is effective, and carrying glass bottles on a belt is a really neat idea. I am very pleased.