STAR TREK BEYOND™ U.S.S. Franklin™ Ornament With Light
Regular price $32.95
Discovered half-buried on an alien world more than a century after its launch from Earth, the U.S.S. Franklin proved its worth to Captain Kirk and the stranded crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise in 2016’s STAR TREK BEYOND™. This Christmas ornament brings the ship to life with handcrafted detailing and lighting effect. Battery-operated light feature includes three replaceable LR41 batteries. Learn more about Keepsake Ornaments.
Christmas tree ornament.
Press button to see the ship light up.
Dated 2017 in copyright.
Battery operated. Three (3) LR41 batteries included.
Pre-packaged for easy gift-giving, preservation and storage.
3.5″ W x 1.1″ H x 5.15″ D
Hallmark’s 2017 U.S.S. Franklin ornament was announced on August 4, 2017 at Star Trek Las Vegas by artist Kevin Dilmore.
Concept art poster of U.S.S. Franklin for Star Trek Beyond motion picture.
This powerful ship was created for times of interstellar war rather than for the exploration of strange new worlds. Press the button to see this tiny replica of the heavily armed ship light up from atop your Christmas tree. Learn more about Keepsake Ornaments.
Product Code: QXI2616
Press the button on the ornament to see the ship light up!
Battery-operated (batteries included).
5.9″ W x 1.3″ H x 3.1″ D
This 2013 EVENT Hallmark ornament was made from the same mold as the U.S.S. Kelvin ornament that was offered in Hallmark Gold Crown stores during the 2013 ornament season. This 2013 Comic-Con exclusive U.S.S. Kelvin features a heavily battle damaged U.S.S. Kelvin – just like during the battle with Nero and the Romulans that were from the future in the J.J. Abrams feature film, Star Trek. This is the ship that George Kirk, father of James T. Kirk, sacrificed so that his wife and newly born son could escape from a hopeless battle.
This ornament was originally available for purchase in limited quantities exclusively at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con International (July 18-21, 2013) and New York Comic Con (October 10-13) events. During each Comic-Con, sales were limited to 175 per day, with a grand total production of 1,575.
The destruction of the Kelvin provided the emotionally stirring opening scenes of 2009’s Star Trek, introducing a new generation of fans to Gene Roddenberry’s vision of the future. Press the button to see the starship light up.
Press the button to see the starship light up.
This 2013 Keepsake Ornament is battery operated.
Artist: Lynn Norton
In the 2009 feature film Star Trek, Spock finds an unexpected and understanding ally in the form of his future self. As the young Spock comes to grips with the death of his mother, the destruction of his home world, and the displacement of his people at the hands of a madman, the elder Spock reaches out with the support that no other being could offer.
Press the button on the ornament to hear dialogue from this excitiing scene!
Bot Text: In its maiden voyage in 2009’s Star Trek, the U.S.S. Enterprise responds to a distress call from the planet Vulcan. Arriving to find the rest of the rescue fleet destroyed by Romulans, the Enterprise tries unsuccessfully to save the planet. With Captain Christopher Pike held prisoner by the enemy and First Officer Spock emotionally compromised, the crew soon find themselves under the command of the brash young James T. Kirk, The warp-speed action that follows is a baptism by fire for the Enterprise’s fledgling crew and an exciting Star Trek introduction to a new generation of fans.