An arrow used in Wolfgang Petersen's 2004 Iliad adaptation Troy.
This arrow and others like it were used by the Trojans during the beach assault, when pointed models were not required or when safety was paramount. The piece is made of a long, lightweight wooden dowel with a rubber stopper and synthetic fletching designed to resemble feathers. Coloured bands are painted around the shaft just above the fletching, with the end blackened to replicate fire and create a more convincing look for the production.
Well-used and displaying some light wear including chipping, paint marks and uneven fletching, the arrow remains in an overall good production-used condition.
Please note that your piece may differ slightly from the item pictured.
Materials: Wood, Rubber, Man-Made Woven Fibres.
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.