A Hobbit, one of the FotR, lead by Meriadoc Brandybuck after the breaking of the Fellowship. Pippin was a young hobbit who insisted on accompanying his cousin, Frodo, on his quest and joining the ‘Fellowship of the Ring’. Although loyal and well-meaning, his impulsiveness and clumsy antics on several occasion okes weed, sleeps late, teases Merry about responsibilities, splashes water out of his bath-tub, serves Gondor as a page, and eventually kills a troll.
He also triggered the War of the Ring by looking into the Palantír.But Sauron had been seeking the OneRing so long that he was incapable of not sending troops to where he thought it was. By letting Sauron think Saruman had the Ring, Pippin wreaked the worst possible revenge on Saruman for sending troops to slay Boromir and kidnap Merry and himself.
Pippin represented in a Chaotic Good way Tolkien’s ideal “acts, even mistakes, with good intent, have good consequences”.
Peregrin ‘Pippin’ Took is brilliantly captured in this 1:4 scale bust. He has been hand cast in heavy weight polystone and hand painted to the highest standards. He sits on a classically turned base that includes his full name and the sculptor’s signature.
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