"I give you the Light of Elendil, our most beloved star. May it be a light
for you in dark places, when all other lights go out."
Galadriel - The Lord of the Rings
The Phial of Galadriel was given by Galadriel to Frodo Baggins as a light to use in dark places. It was a crystal phial filled with water from her fountain which held the light of Eärendil's star. The Phial of Galadriel seemed to inspire its bearers to call out to Elbereth, as both Frodo and Sam call out in the Elvish language, and Frodo also cries out words he doesn't understand that refer to Eärendil the first time he uses it against Shelob.(Aiya Eärendil Elenion Ancalima!)
Little is known of the fate of this magical object. It is not referenced as one of the heirlooms of the Gamgee family, and may have gone to the Uttermost West with Frodo.
Built upon stainless steel, this stick is topped with studded pewter that uplifts a slender piece of crystaling glass. An ornate filigree uplifts a delicate glass vial, wrapped with silver elvish leaves. The bottle is capped with a quartet of leaves, silver pewter, and a quartz crystal orb. Inside the bottle itself, small aurora borealis droplets flicker and flash with each turn of the head. From the cork swings a tiny silver pewter branch with a flashing glass droplet at the end
The stick has an overall length of 7 inches and a usable length of 5 inches. The stainless steel sticks are hollow, making them very strong and very lightweight. They can be used in wet hair, oiled hair, and are perfect for thick hair that’s prone to breaking wood or plastic sticks.
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