Thranduil’s sword is the Elven sword that Thranduil wielded in The Hobbit. The Elvenking’s sword was one of two twin swords crafted for Thranduil by the Woodland Realm’s finest smiths. The blade and flowing hilt are forged from a single piece of silver Elven steel and feature engraved vine and leaf symbols representing the Greenwood’s forests.
Thranduil, the Mirkwood Elvenking, had forged and owned an Elvish-made sword during the Dwarven Quest to reclaim their homeland of the Lonely Mountain from the Dragon Smaug.It makes its first appearance in The Hobbit.It appears in The Desolation of Smaug as a long Elven blade with a long but bare grip and a curve hilt with carved Elvish runes on the sword. The blade is straight.
Following an interrogation, Thranduil used this sword to execute the Orc soldier Narzug.He possesses a pair of great Elven swords, crafted to be wielded double-handed but so brilliantly weighted and balanced that each could be wielded with one hand during the Battle of Five Armies.
Thranduils sword, one of the Twin Blades for the King of the Woodland Realm, is an ultimate representation of Elven craftsmanship and elegant utility combined with the symbolic meaning of their deep forest home .These blades are carefully designed after the real props designed for the film by Weta Workshop.
They have a total length of 41 7/8th inches and a stainless steel blade of 30 34 inch. The handle and blade of this sword, like the one wielded by Thranduil, Legolas’ father, are engraved with a vine and leaf pattern.The pattern on the plaque is Elven. All of which were fashioned from a single component of silver Elven steel. This replica has an authentically detailed stainless steel sword and cast metal hilt.
The Thranduil Swords, manufactured by United Cutlery, are officially licenced Hobbit movie collectibles. They come with an authenticity certificate, a wooden wall showcase plaque, mounting hardware, and display instructions. The pattern on the plaque is Elven.