MZ708 Lord of the Rings 'GIMLI™ and the DURIN™ stone' Resin vignette.

Mithril Miniatures

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€20.29 (Ex. Tax)
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SKU:
MZ708
UPC:
0735930304989
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.04 KGS
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The Fellowship company were travelling near Mirrormere lake when Gimli spotted a lone column and remarked that this is Durins stone.
He marvelled at its faded runes and cracked nature. It marked the spot where Durin first looked into the Mirrormere. This inspired Gimli to suggest that the Company do likewise and so they all looked into the waters of the lake.
'O Kheled-zâram fair and wonderful!' said Gimli.
'There lies the Crown of Durin till he wakes. Farewell!'

Only 100 of these figures are produced. This is the 194th release in the Gold Status Fellowship club. This was the winning idea from December 2021 and January 2022 and was submitted by Fellowship member "Halbarad II". This is the sixth fully resin figure, undercoated with matt grey primer. It is created in four pieces. The base has the manufacturer name, MITHRIL, date and number on the sides of the base. It measures 40mm in length, and is about 53mm in height.

This product is not suitable for children under the age of 14.

Range:
Fellowship
Race:
Dwarves
Release Date:
March 2023
Scale:
32mm
Condition:
Primed and requires assembly.
Commodity Manufacturer Country:
IRL
Commodity Code:
82060000
Commodity Description:
Metal Miniatures

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  • 5
    MZ708 LORD OF THE RINGS 'GIMLI™ AND THE DURIN™ STONE' RESIN VIGNETTE.

    Posted by David Daines on 8th May 2023

    Awesome little masterpiece from Chris Tubb and Mithril Miniatures. I think that this captures the moment perfectly with Gimli, taking a moment out, despite the need to hasten away from Moria, to visit the Durin Stone and reflect on his ancestor.

  • 5
    A mythical scene of a small moment

    Posted by Ninoslav Luk on 20th Apr 2023

    This vignette beautifully captures the atmosphere shown through the eyes of Gimli. The details on it are excellent. The only complaint is the ax and hand print in a different type of resin. Everything else is simply genius!