Thranduil’s sword, the weapon he used in The Hobbit, is an Elven blade meticulously crafted by the most skilled artisans of the Woodland Realm. This sword, one of a pair of identical swords made for Thranduil, is composed of a single piece of silver Elven steel, boasting an intricately designed hilt adorned with ornate engravings depicting vines and leaves, symbolizing the lush forests of the Greenwood.

During the Dwarven Quest to reclaim their homeland, the Lonely Mountain, from the fearsome dragon Smaug, Thranduil, the Elvenking of Mirkwood, was in possession of a finely crafted Elvish sword. This sword made its first appearance in The Hobbit and also featured in The Desolation of Smaug. The sword is notable for its lengthy blade, a grip that is devoid of ornamentation, a curved hilt adorned with Elvish inscriptions, and a straight blade.

After a thorough interrogation, Thranduil employed this sword to execute the Orc soldier Narzug. Thranduil was the proud owner of a pair of exceptional Elven swords, initially designed for two-handed use. Remarkably, these swords were so expertly balanced and weighted that he could wield each one with a single hand during the Battle of Five Armies.

Thranduil’s sword, one of the pair of Twin Blades crafted for the King of the Woodland Realm, exemplifies the epitome of Elven craftsmanship, seamlessly blending elegant functionality with symbolic representation of their deep forest heritage. These swords faithfully replicate the original props created by Weta Workshop for the film.

With a total length of 41 7/8 inches and a stainless steel blade measuring 30 3/4 inches, these blades, like the one wielded by Thranduil, Legolas’ father, feature intricate engravings of vine and leaf motifs on both the handle and blade. These details are meticulously fashioned from a single piece of silver Elven steel. This replica maintains an authentic stainless steel blade and a cast metal hilt.

Manufactured by United Cutlery, the Thranduil Swords are officially licensed collectibles from The Hobbit movies. Each sword comes complete with a certificate of authenticity, a wooden wall plaque for display, mounting hardware, and detailed instructions. The plaque itself is adorned with Elvish patterns, adding to the overall aesthetic appeal.