Model-maker Leonard Ellis, one of the artists behind our beloved Hobbit Hole series, has distilled this star-adorned Helm into a 1:4 scale version. Essential for collectors of fine things (and those with Elvish blood running through their veins).Though his home was a sanctuary dedicated to the dream of peace and the sharing of knowledge, Lord Elrond nevertheless garrisoned the Elf haven of Rivendell with keen warriors. Many were the enemies of the free folk of Middle-earth.Built into a hidden valley and warded with Elvish magic, Rivendell sat nonetheless upon the doorstep of the Misty Mountains, near Troll-infested wilderness and beneath the shadow on Angmar in the north.Immortal beings, Elves had countless years to devote to the mastery of lore, craft, or swordplay. Though Elrond's men at arms stood like serene sentinels at the entrances to the Last Homely House, they were swift-limbed and deadly soldiers, sometimes ranging the borders of the realm with their lord on horseback.Long cloaks and shining armour they had, with tall, crested helms fashioned after those worn by the Elven King Gil-galad's army of the Second Age. Delicate floral patterns wove themselves around the bowl of the helm and up to meet on the bladed crest, while upon the nose guard they bore the sigil of Lord Elrond, a dome of stars.