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Star Trek: The Next Generation Picard Desk Crystal Prop Replica

Star Trek: The Next Generation Picard Desk Crystal Prop Replica
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Item Number: RBRLS006

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Every die-hard fan of Star Trek: The Next Generation will be able to recognize this Star Trek: The Next Generation Picard Desk Crystal Prop Replica. Shown in no less than 78 episodes, this crystal is seen in the possession of captain Jean-Luc Picard. This prop replica was created through a meticulous process which included referencing hundreds of frames from the show, 3d modeling, and countless physical prototypes. Above all, this beautiful crystal was designed with collaboration with fans, showing a devotion faithfully representing what was seen onscreen. This limited edition item is made of a special blend of optical-grade borosilicate glass and has been wetground and polished by hand. It measures approximately 6 1/2-inches width and 1 1/2-inches tall.
Company: Roddenberry
Theme: Star Trek
Product Type: Prop Replicas
Characters: Jean-Luc Picard
Age: 14 +
Country of Origin: China
Ratio: 1:1
Height: 8.50
Width: 2.25
Length: 4.75
Weight: 1.450

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WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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