'Farewell we call to hearth and hall!
Though wind may blow and rain may fall,
We must away ere break of day
Far over wood and mountain tall'
The Real Sword:
Forged by Andy Davis, this sword was inspired by Tolkien's descriptions of the culture of 'Halflings' or 'Hobbits'. Most believe he created this race of creatures in his stories to encapsulate and reflect the wild spirit and innocence of his early childhood life in the rural English countryside of Sarehole south of Birmingham. There young Tolkien and his brother experienced the joy and wonder of nature, while at the same time seeing the dark foreboding cloud of industrialization swallow it up. Thus the Hobbits in his stories while being quite and peace-loving are also brave and courageous in the face of insurmountable evil.
This sword is small but fierce, aged but keen, and was made to stand up to everything from strongest spider to the toughest hill troll.
steel type: 1075
Guard and Pommel: low carbon steel with copper inlay
Grip wood: darkened maple
OAL: 18 1/2'
Blade length: 13'
Blade width: 2' at widest point
3d model stats,
Textures: 4 Included
Formats: .max, .3ds, .z3d