In the latter part of the second age of Middle-Earth Sauron presented nine rings to nine men. This is the ring of the Witch-King, one of The Rings of Men belonging to the Lord of the Nazgul, the chief servant of the dark Lord Sauron.
Details: The Witch-King ring is sterling silver and is finished with a dark ruthenium plating. The ring is set with a 10 mm round faceted emerald green cubic zirconia. The ring measures 14 mm at the widest part of the band, 6.2 mm at the back of the band, and 8.7 mm high from the finger. The Witch-King ring weighs approximately 19.4 grams, weight will vary with size. The inside of the band is stamped with our makers mark, copyright, and metal content.
Size Options: The Witch-King ring is available in US sizes 7 to 20, in whole, half, and quarter sizes (sizes 13.5 to 20 are an additional $15.00).
Packaging: This item comes packaged in a ring box with a Card of Authenticity.
Production: We are a made-to-order company. Your order will ship in 5 to 10 business days if the item is not in stock.
"Witch-King", "Sauron", "The Lord of the Rings", and the characters and places therein, are trademarks of the Saul Zaentz Company d/b/a Middle-earth Enterprises under license to Mirzslot. All Rights Reserved.
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I love this ring! I wanted a striking, heavy-looking, Tolkien reminiscent ring that would get attention. This ring is all that, and more. I have had several inquiries about it since receiving it, and am proud to fly my LOTR fan banner, and tell people "I got this from Badali's"! Beautiful design and craftsmanship! It's exactly what a ring of power should look like.
As a larger man, getting rings that fit are always a pain in the neck. This ring is the most beautiful piece of jewlery I've worn and it fits like a glove.
A wonderful interpretation of the ring bore by the Witch King of Angmar. It makes me think of Minas Morgul, with it's green stone and architectural design. The choice of the black ruthenium plating is stunning and (perhaps unintentionally) reflects the further corruption Sauron implanted on the Nine after he recovered them.