Dimensions:5.5" x 7.5" x 5.1" (H x W x D)14 cm x 19 cm x 13 cmWeight:1.3 lbs (580 g)Fellowship of the Ring - Set 1This is the first in a series of three Sets, which together make up the entire Fellowship of the Ring. The first set includes the first 3 characters; Gandalf the Grey, Frodo Baggins and Legolas. This set has been created in response to ongoing collector requests for a diorama of the full Fellowship on their trek across Middle-earth. They have been sculpted at miniature scale (for those with limited shelf space) and are ideally suited to display alongside our iconic The Lord of the Rings environments like Rivendell and Bag End.The height from the bottom of the base to the tip of Gandalf's hat is 5.5 inches (or 14cm). The base is 7.5 inches (or 19cm) long and 5.1 inches (or 13cm) wide. Frodo is just 3 inches (7.5cm) tall from his head to his toes.The Fellowship of the Ring has been sculpted, molded, modeled and painted by a wide team of artists from Weta Workshop, who helped create the Trilogy. It is then reproduced in polystone resin, the material of choice for fine art details.Story behind the set:With the fate of Middle-earth at stake, a Fellowship of nine walkers stride forth from Rivendell. Nothing less daunting than Mordor itself and the fires of Mount Doom is their quest's ultimate destination, where the One Ring of Power must be thrown into the roiling depths and Sauron's enduring menace finally defeated.Leading this brave trek across wild and dangerous country is the Wizard Gandalf, wisest of his order and friend to Elves, Men and Dwarves. At his side is the ring bearer Frodo Baggins, a gentle spirited Hobbit far from the green swathed hills of The Shire. Though all the Fellowship's members are sworn to protect and guide him in his quest, ultimately the burden of carrying this mighty weapon of the enemy is Frodo's alone to shoulder. In Frodo's service are the keen eyes and strong arms of the Elf prince Legolas of the Woodland Realm, an archer of great renown and integrity. The Elf's hawk-sharp gaze scans the horizon, alert to threat and boon.