Treebeard pewter sculpture

This Treebeard pewter sculpture depicts a favourite scene from The Lord of the Rings.

Merry and Pippin were most fortunate indeed to have encountered this marvelous ancient creature. It was just in time to save them from a vicious orc!

The detail in this Lord of the Rings sculpture by Dr Graeme Anthony is marvelous.  A beautiful depiction of our favourite Ent and the two rascally hobbits.

One to have. One to love.

Treebeard Pewter Sculpture: Treebeard, Shepherd of the Trees

Treebeard saves Merry and Pippin Lord of the Rings Pewter Limited Edition Sculpture

Treebeard the Ent rescues Merry and Pippin

Limited Edition with framed certificate. Only 500 ever made.

Treebeard Limited Edition Sculpture £470.

Treebeard Limited Edition Sculpture £470.

Treebeard Shepherd of the Trees pewter sculpture

Treebeard Shepherd of the Trees pewter sculpture with original box and framed limited edition certificate

Treebeard the Ent Face Detail Lord of the Rings Pewter Sculpture

Face detail showing exquisite craftsmanship of Dr Graeme Anthony.

Treebeard Pewter Sculpture side view

Treebeard Pewter Sculpture side view

Treebeard Pewter Sculpture other side view

Treebeard Pewter Sculpture other side view

Treebeard Base Detail

Treebeard base detail – look at those beautiful leaves!

From the Royal Selangor brochure for the Treebeard pewter sculpture:

Treebeard, Shepherd of the Trees

Pippin and Merry come alarmingly close to being mistaken for orcs and trodden on by Treebeard, the Lord of the Ents, when they flee into his domain after their escape from the fearsome Uruk-Hai. Only the sound of their voices reveals them as hobbits rather than orcs and ultimately saves them from death.

Treebeard is one of the oldest Ents, or Enyd, on Middle-earth.  He is sometimes known as Fangorn and his race is one of the most ancient people surviving in the Third Age. Gentle and wise, the Ents were created to be Shepherds of Trees, sprung from the thoughts of the beautiful Yavanna, Queen of the Earth.  It is during their time with Treebeard that Pippin and Merry learn the sorrowful tale of the lost Entwives, and why the lonely Ents are near extinction.

This limited edition sculpture from Royal Selangor depicts Treebeard bearing Pippin and Merry to Entmoot at Derndingle where the course of action to be taken by the Ents will be decided. Disturbing news of war and the brutal destruction of trees have reached the ears of these gentle tree-herders and it has angered them into action.

Beautifully recreated in cast pewter upon a wooden base, this sculpture is strictly limited to 500 pieces worldwide.