This gorgeous new Galadriel design brings together our love of the Art Nouveau movement and our passion for The Lord of the Rings in one stunning wrap.
The Lady of Lothlórien is an important addition to our growing Middle-earth Collection, as one of the Guardians of the Golden Wood she is an integral part of the lore of Middle-earth.
Our design team worked over several months to combine the look and feel of Oscha with the histories of this world, the wraps they have created are a perfect melding of the mythical world of The Lord of the Rings and Oscha's unique artistic outlook.
"I sang of leaves, of leaves of gold, and leaves of gold there grew"
Galadriel was one of the greatest of the Eldar in Middle-earth; surpassing nearly all others in beauty, knowledge, and power. The books describe her as one of the mightiest and fairest of all the Elves in Middle-earth. Our desgin attempts to portray her elegance, magesty and magic, drawing on the Art Nouveau style.
Below you can see some of the design development. As always we begin by roughly sketching the elements and considering how the pattern will repeat before working through the details of each part.
The design depicts the moment she gazes into the Mirror of Galadriel with Frodo to tell him the possible futures for him and The Fellowship of the Ring.
"Things that were, and things that are, and things that yet may be."
Galadriel, also known as 'The Lady of Lothlórien' protects the woodlands and imbues it with power through her magical ring. The design draws on her protective influence by depicting her integration with her surroundings: the leaves of the Mallorn trees and the Elanor flowers flowing into her elegant robes.
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