Jan 27 2012, 3:00pm CST | by Shane McGlaun
Yeah, I want this coffee table really bad. It would be perfect for my game room/home theater upstairs. It was made by a geek named Barry Shields. Shields is a wood artist and he crafted the base of the table to look like the NCC-1701-C Enterprise.
The base of the tablet is a wood recreation of the ship. The top of made for some sort of glass. The glass is cut to follow the shape of the ship and looks a lot like the Star Trek logo to me. I really like how the top of the ship is above the glass.
It took the designer about a month to perfect the ship. If you have to have one of these, you need to get your sander and glue out. If you lack the skills, Shields will make you one for $3,100. At least until the Star Trek copyright holders shut him down.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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