Elladan was a son of Elrond the Half-elven and Celebrian of Rivendell. Both he and his brother closely cooperated with the Rangers of the North, including Aragorn. Baldor the Hapless was the son of Brego and grandson of Eorl the Young. He foolishly ventured past the Dark Door on the paths of the Dead and was never heard from again until his golden clad body was found by Aragorn and the Grey Company.
This is the 169th release in the Gold Status Fellowship club and was October 2019's Winning idea. It was suggested by 'barliman'. The height from the base to the top of one of the torches is 50mm. There are eight parts in this piece (i.e.: Elladan, Aragorn, base, helmet, two swords, arm, arm with torch.)
A lovely vignette depicting a sombre scene from Tolkien’s novel. I particularly like the way Elladan is holding aloft both his and Aragorn’s torches as Aragorn kneels before the hapless Baldor. All three figures are nicely rendered, however care should be taken when handling Baldor’s helmet which is a small separate casting and could easily slip from the fingers. I personally have waited a long time for a depiction of this scene and Chris Tubb and Mithril deliver.