Monday, September 13, 2010

TOLKIEN JEWELRY/ELVEN/ LEGOLAS OF MIRKWOOD/ Necklace/ Pendant/ Spell Cast Gems(tm)/ Celtic/Geode/ Filigree/Natural Rose Petal/ Medieval/ Victorian/Fae


In Tolkien's writings, the Mountains of Mirkwood were a forest later known as the Dark Mountains because of the density of the fir trees in that forest. Its shadowy, mysterious quality came from the thickness of the wood. After the War of the Ring, the mountains became the southern border of the kingdom of the elven King Thrnduil, who was Legolas' father. During the war against Sauron, Legolas became a member of the Fellowship of the Ring and accompanied Frodo Baggins on his journey to destroy the Ring of Sauron. He fought during the War of the Ring, constantly at the side of Aragorn, the heir to the throne of the kingdoms of Gondor and Arnor. Legolas was tall, limber, and very strong, had great vitality and was able to resist to injury, hardship, and fatigue. He was a Silvan Elf of Sindarin descent. His father Thrnaduil was one of the Sindar elves. The Elves of Mirkwood were mainly Silvan, or Wood-Elves, and Legolas considered himself to be one of the Silvan elves.

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