Smash The Last Alliance of Men and Elves With Sauron’s Mace

As seen during the opening of Peter Jackson’s adaptation of The Fellowship of the Ring, Lord Sauron’s massive mace made quick work of the last alliance of men and elves. The master of the One Ring could wipe out dozens of soldiers with one swipe of this mighty weapon.
Now you can own not only Sauron’s Ring but his favored mace, thanks to United Cutlery and the Big Bad Toy Store. The Red Eye edition of this weapon comes with a Mordor banner displaying the Dark Lord’s lidless flaming eye and a wall-mount complete with an oversized Ring. This set is priced at $564.99 and will be released during the first quarter of this year.
The mace is said to be 1:1 scale, but the description from United Cutlery says it is “actor scale.” I take this to mean that it’s not the size we see in the film, but proportionate to the actor who played Sala Baker.

United Cutlery
United Cutlery
United Cutlery
United Cutlery

This replica of the actor scale prop used in the movie is crafted of reinforced fiberglass-resin with an aged iron finish. Close attention to detail is a top priority in every piece, down to the intaglio-etched surface and corroded metal coloring. The oversized One Ring worn by Sauron is also included, crafted in gold plated solid metal. Displays on a polystone wall mount.

Aside from the massive mace, this edition includes the following:

  • Red Eye edition
  • Includes 53-inch (134.62cm) long cloth war banner with the Red Eye of Sauron and oversized One Ring crafted in gold-plated solid metal
  • Mounting hardware and instructions included

United Cutlery has been making replicas of movie weapons for as long as I can remember. I’ve owned several pieces from them over the years, including a few from The Lord of the Rings collection, including Glamdring and Sting. Not one complaint.
What are your thoughts on this newest addition to United Cutlery’s armory? Let us know in the comments section below.
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