Glamdring was the sword forged for the Elven Lord Turgon in the First Age.
It has been lost for thousands of years, until it was found by Gandalf (along with Goad and Orcrist) in the Trolls' lair in The Hobbit, who kept it to himself, and continued to wear it throughout the events of the Lord of the Rings trilogy. .
Glamdring is translated "Battenemici", and the orcs in The Hobbit disparagingly refer to it as "Hammer".
Glamdring, together with her twin Orcrist, come in The Hobbit as accompanied by splendid scabbards and with the handle richly decorated with jewels.
In the Unfinished Tales, one of the notes to Tuon's story was "... white and gold ... in an ivory sheath ..." Glamring bench is not mentioned, assuming it is the definite sword.
Gandalf's official sword from The Hobbit movie and produced by United Cutlery
- Blade material: AUS-6 stainless steel
- Handle material: cast metal with leather cover
- Total length: 121 cm
- Blade length: 89.5 cm
- Wooden display plate
- Authenticity certificate
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