It was the recreation of the siege of Minas Tirith with gummi bears that pointed out to me that Tolkien named everything. Monsters and swords, of course, but why not a battering ram? The Lord of the Rings Online™: Shadows of Angmar™ plays this straight, with a constant string of named quest rewards. Fill your character with named rings, cloaks, bracelets, weapons, hats, gloves, and shoes. (Yes, every letter there is a link. I have plenty of alphabet to go.) I assume that most of the names are words from Tolkien’s made-up languages.
Make sure your item’s name has an international character or two. Your sword is weak if it lacks a diacritic.
At some point, you start to wonder about all this magic loot. Here we are in Middle Earth, with some five wizards on the planet, and we sell packs of magic weapons as vendor trash.