“Come not between the Nazgûl and his prey! Or he will not slay thee in thy turn. He will bear thee away to the houses of lamentation, beyond all darkness, where thy flesh shall be devoured, and thy shriveled mind be left naked to the Lidless Eye.” – The Witch-king of Angmar.
Although the lord of the Nazgûl did not have many lines of dialog in Peter Jackson’s epic adaptation of The Lord of the Rings, the Ring Wraith was nonetheless intimidating during his appearances. You can also bring sadness and despair to those around you with PureArt‘s newest replica from the films. The company has created a 1:1 replica of the Witch-king’s helmet, and it’s just awesome. Well, it should be for being almost $1k.
The replica is made from polyresin and officially licensed by Warner Bros. The helmet sits atop a base modeled after the Tower of Sorcery at Minas Morgul and is illuminated by green LEDs. These are powered by (3) AA batteries, which are not included. The standard edition of the helmet is priced at $899, but there is another. For the same price, the Exclusive Edition, limited to only 150 pieces, comes with a small replica gargoyle from the entrance of Minas Morgul.
The helm of this wraith is expected to ship by the third quarter of 2023.
Lord of the Nazgûl and second in command to Sauron himself, The Witch-king is a mighty foe who brings ruin, despair, and death across Middle-earth. We may never know his true name, but to us he is known as The Witch-king of Angmar and his center of power, Minas Morgul.
The second installment to our The Lord of the Rings series, the extremely limited The Witch-king of Angmar 1:1 Art Mask Exclusive Edition is a must-have bust style collectible for all LOTR fans. Standing at just under 3 feet tall, this massive helmet is perched upon an eerily lit Tower of Sorcery at Minas Morgul.