2017 Hallmark Christmas tree ornament featuring a likeness of Mr. Spock from Star Trek – The Original Series. This ornament is made out of resin and comes with a ribbon attached for hanging. This is not sold in Hallmark stores but is a Wal-Mart exclusive. This is not a Hallmark Keepsake ornament but a Hallmark branded ornament similar to 2016’s Maxine ornament.
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.
To to be released at the 2016 Keepsake Ornament Premiere in limited quantities. This is “inspired” by the Legends Series but the 2015 Uhura was the last in the Legends Series.
Ensign Pavel Chekov — In his command gold uniform, the young navigator of the U.S.S. Enterprise is featured in this ornament inspired by the Star Trek Legends series of Keepsake Ornaments. This will be offered in limited quantities beginning at the 2016 Keepsake Ornament Premiere event.
While most recognized as a communications officer aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise, Nyota Uhura proved herself skilled as skilled and dependable in performing a variety of functions on the starship’s bridge. Captain James T. Kirk frequently relied on her calm demeanor and sharp intellect for important missions away from the ship as well. In her off-duty hours, Uhura was well regarded among her Enterprise crew mates as an accomplished singer who took great pride in her African heritage.