Sterling silver replicator block pendant

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Sterling silver replicator block pendant

News of the big Stargate prop auction got me Googling around for entrepreneurs selling replica, um, replicators. Which search yielded this handsome handmade necklace from DeviantArt user DreamingDragonDesign. There’s also a 3D-printable replicator block on Shapeways.

4 thoughts on “Sterling silver replicator block pendant

  1. Shadyman says:

    Hmm, there’s a big movie prop forum somewhere that Adam Savage suggested in one of the volumes of MAKE.. I bet they’re going nuts now that crystal clear pictures (and even some behind-the-scenes video) of numerous props are being tossed up :)

  2. Lindsay Legler (@DDragonDesigns) says:

    As the artist who made this, I’m not going to complain that it was posted without permission or even casual notification, because I’m pretty sure the intent wasn’t malicious. And hey, I LIKE exposure! I think it’s fantastic that people like this pendant.

    That said, since most people don’t seem to know how to read the description of this pendant on my DeviantArt page, I’d like to be clear:

    This was a commissioned piece for a client in Australia, for his brother’s birthday.
    There is a requirement on me by contract to NOT reproduce this pendant for anyone who is not referred directly by the the client in question.

    PLEASE stop contacting me and begging me to make you one.
    I cannot and will not make another of these pendants.

    I will be happy to accept commissions for other designs, especially one of a kind designs. My normal specialty is actually Celtic, Tribal and Steampunk styled work.
    The Replicator block pendant was really an exception that I accepted due to the challenge and being a huge fan of SG-1.

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