What strange days we are living through. Quarantine, isolation, social distancing, and uncertainty make these tough times for us all. We here at TheOneRing.net are thinking of all our fellow fans, and hoping that you are all keeping safe and well. We hope you’ll join us on the message boards or in the chat room, on Twitter or at the Facebook group; perhaps you’ll enjoy a Happy Hobbit video, or play along when Middle-earth March Madness begins on Monday. However you choose to be together in the fandom, know that you are not alone; your friends are with you!
We know that many folks are struggling with loss of work at this time, and small businesses are fighting hard to survive. Badali Jewelry have been great friends and supporters of TORn since the First Age. They are a wonderful company, run by lovely people, who make beautiful things – including their licensed Middle-earth range. Now they, like lots of small businesses, are struggling to stay afloat. Please support them if you can, by donating to their GoFundMe, by making a purchase from their website, and/or by helping to spread the word.
We stand together in these strange and bewildering days. As Samwise tells us, it’s only a passing thing, this shadow; the sun will shine out the clearer when all this is over.
Still haven’t found the perfect gift for the Tolkien fan in your life? Let us help! We’ve assembled a list of our favorite items and where to find them. Happy Holidays from all of us at TheOneRing.net!
*Prices listed are in US dollars ($); prices may vary from what is listed.
Almost four years ago I showed off my collection as it looked upon putting it in its own room. A lot has happened since then and I thought it was time to show how things look right now. As you will see I’ve added a lot of pieces, cabinet, and bookshelf since the last time I showed off my collection. This is for me, as I said, my way of showing off how much I love Middle-earth. My collection encompasses pieces from Weta Workshop, Sideshow Collectibles, Badali Jewelry, Noble Collection, United Cutlery, and even custom pieces. So I hope you enjoy taking a tour of my collection. Continue reading “Collecting The Precious – My Middle-earth Collection Update”
If you’re looking for the perfect holiday gift for the Tolkien fans in your life, our friends at Badali Jewelry are having a massive sale, now through December 31st.
Badali Jewelry has been in business since 1997, and currently produces officially licensed jewelry designs for ‘The Hobbit’, ‘The Lord of the Rings’, ‘The Wheel of Time’, ‘The Dresden Files’, and many others. The artists at Badali also created the Good Luck pins that TOR.n presented to all of the Oscar nominees for ‘The Lord of the Rings’ and ‘The Hobbit’ trilogies.
Our friends at Badali Jewelry have some amazing new jewelry ready for fans of Middle-earth to snag for any and all occasions. The first item is a beautiful set of earrings of the Arkenstone being held by a claw of Smaug himself You can get the Smaug’s claw done in several types of metal ranging from Sterling Silver to Palladium White Gold with the prices ranging from $55 to $668. If you’re feeling in more of an Elvish mood then they also have a great looking set of Mirkwood Elven Earrings with an Emerald from Girion, Lord of Dale. The Elven leaves can be purchased in the same metals with the Palladium coming in at $757. Have something Middle-earth related you’ve wanted to put on a chain to create a necklace? Then Badali has something for you. You can now have your own piece of Mithril with this great looking Mithril Chain. Normally $15 you can snag this right now for only $10!