Star Trek™ Tribble Fabric Ornament With Sound and Motion
Regular price: $19.99
Available July 13, 2019
According to intergalactic trader Cyrano Jones, there is only one love that money can buy: a tribble. Add this ball of fuzzy love to your Christmas tree to keep away Klingons or simply to bring memories of the classic episode “The Trouble With Tribbles” from the Star Trek original television series. Squeeze this plush fabric Christmas tree ornament to see it vibrate and coo (battery-operated).
* Magic Sound and Motion Christmas tree ornament. Touch the ornament to feel it move and hear its soothing sounds. Battery operated. Requires three (3) LR44 batteries, included.
* This fabric Christmas tree ornament comes pre-packaged in a box for easy gift giving, preservation and storage. Dated 2019 in copyright.
* With unparalleled artistry and exceptional detail, each festive and collectible Keepsake Ornament is made for years of celebrations. From preserving precious memories to commemorating special milestones and interests, there’s a Hallmark ornament for everyone on your gift list.
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* Fabric Christmas tree ornament is lead-free and measures 4.5″ W x 3.38″ H x 3.38″ D.
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Tribble from Star Trek: The Original Series’ The Trouble with Tribbles.
Star Trek™ Mr. Spock™ and Captain Kirk™ itty bittys® Clippys Stuffed Animals
Regular price $9.95
Star Trek™ U.S.S. Enterprise™ Metal Ornament
Regular price $39.99
The 2017 Star Trek Itty Bittys have been revealed and we are getting even more than expected. Picard and Worf with accompanying Enterprise D will be an in-store only exclusive.
And in August will be Geordi and Data which will only be available online at hallmark.com.
Check out PopMinded’s announcement for all of the Itty Bittys revealed so far…
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek™, we’ve set our phasers to “fun” with this collector’s set of itty bittys®. Captain Kirk, Spock, Lieutenant Uhura and Doctor McCoy are right at home in their box, which is designed to resemble the command bridge on Starship Enterprise™.
Adventures are way more fun when you have your friends with you! The itty bittys crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise is on a mission to explore new worlds, seek out new life and boldly go where no one has gone before. James T. Kirk™ is the brash, daring captain of the starship Enterprise. He’s the leader and the heart of the crew. Spock™, science officer and first officer, is the logical Vulcan who keeps the crew on track and grounded. Nyota Uhura™, chief communications officer of the Enterprise, is a brave and talented technician. Leonard “Bones” McCoy™, hot-headed chief medical officer, is a loyal friend who keeps the crew healthy.
Set of 4.
Each character: 3″ W x 4″ H x 2.25″ D
Coordinating itty bittys® sold separately.
For twenty-five years, science fiction fans have enjoyed watching the 24th century adventures of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D. This anniversary-edition Keepsake Ornament comes complete with a display base, so you can relive the excitement felt at hearing the opening music year after year.
Attach ship to base and press button to hear Captain Picard’s monologue and music from the opening credits of STAR TREK: The Next Generation.
Magic, Interactive, Plays Song/Sound
Artist: Lynn Norton
Size: 4.5″ x 2.5″ x 5″
Lynn Norton…“Since I previously made adjustments to my original 1993 sculpture for the 2007 issue, I utilized the revised sculpture from 2007 as a basis for the 2012 anniversary edition. I removed all of the additions and restored the D to its original configuration. We decided to place the ornament on a display base so it could have sound in addition to lights. With that in mind, the control circuitry, batteries and speaker would all be housed in a base that is permanently attached, unlike the detachable bases on previous ornaments.” – See more at: http://www.startrek.com/article/hallmark-sculptor-lynn-norton-on-the-storied-history-of-trek-keepsake-ornaments?ecid=PCID-2617611&pa=affcj#sthash.q76jIvR6.dpuf
A flagship of Starfleet, U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 embarked on its historic five-year mission in 2264. Commanded by Captain James T. Kirk, the STARSHIP ENTERPRISE transported us to the final frontier for unparalleled adventure. During their exploration, the ship and crew introduced us to life on new planets and unimaginable technologies. As an ambassador for Earth and the rest of the United Federation of Planets, the ENTERPRISE gave us an inspiring vision of the future.
Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the original Star Trek television series with this authentic representation of the first ship “to boldly go where no man has gone before.”
To see this ornament come to life, place it on the included display stand. Press the button on the back of the stand to hear the theme song from the original TV series and see various lights on the ship illuminated. The lights will automatically turn off after 20 seconds.
Battery operated. Batteries not included.
Size: 6″ W
Artist: Lynn Norton
Lynn Norton…“Look at the original Enterprise and you see basic geometric shapes. Almost everything on that original ship, I can execute on my miniature lathe and miniature mill. As we start moving through more complex designs, there became fewer and fewer things I could make on the lathe. They became more oval-shaped, there were detailed ridges and recesses that didn’t appear that much on the original Enterprise except for the interior of the nacelles. They added details to the models as time went on.”
“This was my more accurate sculpting of the original ship design. It felt redemptive in that I was able to get it closer to scale. There is a difference in end product versus what I sculpted because of the process to build a master pattern that is used to cut the molds. You end up with process shrinkage and distortion, and in 2006, that didn’t make me happy. The saucer got too thin. They weren’t able to keep the nacelles properly aligned to the center axis. It’s not just us. That’s been a problem for every manufacturer who makes this ship into a consumer product. I just wanted to do something a little different than I had done before.” – See more at: http://www.startrek.com/article/hallmark-sculptor-lynn-norton-on-the-storied-history-of-trek-keepsake-ornaments?ecid=PCID-2617611&pa=affcj#sthash.WiTlgDmq.dpuf
Original Retail: $24.00
Artist: Lynn Norton
Novelty: Battery operated sound
Box Text: Are humans ready to explore deep space? The Vulcans have their doubts, but in the year 2151, Captain Jonathan Archer assembles an eager crew – including one Vulcan officer – to inaugurate a new era of discovery. the days ahead will be filled with wonder, excitement, and danger.
“Starfleet seems to think we-re ready to begin our mission.” the Captain tells his crew in the first episode of this latest Star Trek adventure. It is the prequel to the legendary Star Trek universe, the story of gallactic explorers in the first starship named Enterprise.
“Prepare to break orbit…and lay in a course,” the Captain continues. “Take her out, Mr. Mayweather…straight and steady.”
To hear the Captain speaking, press the button on the top of the display base.
Serial #: QXI2943
“It’s a very cool ship. In my mind, it typified what a starship should look like even more so than the original Enterprise. I always had a bit of a problem with a primary hull and this secondary hull sticking out from it and then your engines are way in the air on these pylons. I always imagine that there is something happening in these engines that would harm the crew, so you want them as far away from the crew and even the engineering section as possible. The NX-01 was integrated. It is sculpturally more pleasing to me.
“We did that ornament in diecast metal to save time. The show was airing on television and we wanted to get it into the marketplace as fast as possible. We didn’t have the long development time that we need for a lighted, mechanical ornament. This one was nickel-plated zinc that gives it added value for the price, and it looked a lot like the skin of the ship. I really like the looks of it. I’ve heard a few complaints over time about our not doing one that was lighted, but we did have dialogue from Scott Bakula that played from a display base.”
– See more at: http://www.startrek.com/article/hallmark-sculptor-lynn-norton-on-the-storied-history-of-trek-keepsake-ornaments?ecid=PCID-2617611&pa=affcj#sthash.OK91MU1o.dpuf