You Shall Now Pass … On This $3k ‘Lord of the Rings’ Gandalf Statue!

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Infinity Studio is giving us another pricey but impressive statue. The last one was the $1,800 Legolas statue. Now we’re getting Stormcrow himself, Gandalf. The wandering wizard is going to cost you $2,999.99. Well worth the cost, considering this isn’t just Gandalf the Gray standing idly around. No, this is Gandalf as declared that the Balrog of Moria “shall not pass.”

The statue can be pre-ordered now from the Big Bad Toy Store. A $450 non-refundable down payment is due upfront, but luckily the statue won’t ship until the first quarter of 2023. That should give you enough time to save up … if gas prices stop soaring.

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The statue features an amazing likeness of Sir Ian McKellen. The hair is all rooted and the skin is made from silicone to retain a life-like appearance. The rest of the statue is made from fabric, polystone, and PVC. I was hoping the staff would be made of wood and Glamdring from steel, but oh well.

Infinity Studio
Infinity Studio
Infinity Studio
Infinity Studio
Infinity Studio
Infinity Studio
Infinity Studio

Gandalf the Gray is coming to the 1/2 scale Master Forge Series! In this series, they adopted half-scale featuring Gandalf’s full body with exquisite details. This statue’s ultimate presence will meet the desire of collectors and unlock an ultimate-class collection.

The 1/2 scale Master Forge Series statues are equipped with NFC chips that collectors can touch with their NFC-enabled phones to unlock more information and create more possibilities.

  • 61.4 x 20.8 x 24.4 inches (156cm x 53cm x 62cm)
  • 1/2 Scale
  • Made of medical platinum silicone, polystone, fabric, and PVC
  • From The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
  • Life-like detail
  • Real fabric clothing
  • Rooted hair

What do you think of this 5′ tall Gandalf? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.

[Source: Infinity Studio]

[Source: Big Bad Toy Store]

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