Freaky Lord of the Rings Garden Tree Statues

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This freaky garden statue from Lord of the Rings is 2 feet tall and cast in quality designer resin. Honestly, if you think this thing looks scary in daylight, it casts some pretty mean shadows at night.

Which I like.

They have also designed some other scary tree inspired sculptures for walls and pieces that function as tables. Check em out before you leave.

Get it?

Nevermind.

See his friends or get your own Garden Tree Statues Here

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