PREORDER – Current estimate is March 2024, but it could be sooner or later. This is a weird one and we still do not have the street date.
In the sanctum of Orthanc, Saruman’s pride swelled like a storm-tossed sea, and it was there that the seeds of his treachery and covetousness took root, casting an ominous shadow upon the land.
Chief of the Istari, the order of Wizards dispatched to Middle-earth on a solemn quest to rouse its inhabitants against the looming menace of Sauron’s resurgence, Saruman stood as a being of profound cunning and might. Yet, in the end, it was the Wizard’s towering pride that proved to be his most grievous flaw, ultimately paving the way for his corruption and subsequent downfall.
SARUMAN THE WHITE
Introducing the pinnacle of artisanal craftsmanship: Saruman the White, brought to life in exquisite detail by our master sculptors. Every stroke of the brush, every delicate etching, and every nuanced texture within his robes has been painstakingly crafted to capture the essence of Middle-earth’s most notorious wizard. The resplendent intricacies of his flowing beard, the intensity in his piercing gaze, and the powerful aura that surrounds him are all meticulously recreated, making this collectible statue a true testament to the dedication of our artists.
THE FIRE OF ORTHANC
A mystical alchemical powder mixed up by the White Wizard. His research and experiments within the Tower of Orthanc brought many new discoveries: what may have once been innocent curiosities, with the Dark Lord’s corruption, soon became deadly weapons of war. The powder within this black iron ball held the potential for great destruction, eventually bringing down the mighty wall of Helm’s Deep, with an explosive force the likes of which few in Middle-earth could comprehend, let alone rival.
- 1:6 scale
- Made from high-quality polystone
- Exclusive Fire of Orthanc included, limited to 250 units worldwide
- Saruman the White was digitally sculpted by Wētā Workshop artist Daniel Holland, and the Fire of Orthanc was sculpted by Shaun Bolton
- Saruman the White is presented in his signature pose and clothing, as seen in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
- Created using references to the original props and costume
- The Fire of Orthanc measures at 145mm x 116mm x 145mm