Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan Romulan Ale Decanter- Finally Realized.

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swesleynm

New Member
Back before last Christmas I got together with an old friend who suggested we do a project together. He asked what I'd like to bring to life and I suggested the Romulan Ale Decanter from Star Trek II.
Luckily he agreed and here is what followed:


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We looked at a lot of screen grabs from the movie.

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We made a number of jigs for lining every thing up.

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We did a lot of test fitting on cut pieces.

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As well as a lot of refining of shapes.

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The results begin to speak for themselves...

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After beveling of edges, polishing, machining the stopper and sealing everything up, the finished bottles are really quite spectacular.
The finished bottle holds a little bit less than a pint of liquid.
I was planning on starting an interest thread for these but wanted to give a peek at our process before that happens.
Thoughts?
I'm wondering if it's too late to get one of these. They're AMAZING! Well done.
 

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BULLITTS

Member
Back before last Christmas I got together with an old friend who suggested we do a project together. He asked what I'd like to bring to life and I suggested the Romulan Ale Decanter from Star Trek II.
Luckily he agreed and here is what followed:


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We looked at a lot of screen grabs from the movie.

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We made a number of jigs for lining every thing up.

View attachment 444206 View attachment 444207 View attachment 444205 View attachment 444204
We did a lot of test fitting on cut pieces.

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As well as a lot of refining of shapes.

View attachment 444212 View attachment 444210 View attachment 444211
The results begin to speak for themselves...

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After beveling of edges, polishing, machining the stopper and sealing everything up, the finished bottles are really quite spectacular.
The finished bottle holds a little bit less than a pint of liquid.
I was planning on starting an interest thread for these but wanted to give a peek at our process before that happens.
Thoughts?
Are you making these available for sale??
 

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janicethomas195

New Member
Back before last Christmas I got together with an old friend who suggested we do a project together. He asked what I'd like to bring to life and I suggested the Romulan Ale Decanter from Star Trek II.
Luckily he agreed and here is what followed:


View attachment 444201 View attachment 444200 View attachment 444199
We looked at a lot of screen grabs from the movie.

View attachment 444203 View attachment 444202
We made a number of jigs for lining every thing up.

View attachment 444206 View attachment 444207 View attachment 444205 View attachment 444204
We did a lot of test fitting on cut pieces.

View attachment 444209 View attachment 444208
As well as a lot of refining of shapes.

View attachment 444212 View attachment 444210 View attachment 444211
The results begin to speak for themselves...

View attachment 444215 View attachment 444214
After beveling of edges, polishing, machining the stopper and sealing everything up, the finished bottles are really quite spectacular.
The finished bottle holds a little bit less than a pint of liquid.
I was planning on starting an interest thread for these but wanted to give a peek at our process before that happens.
Thoughts?
Where can I buy one of these.
 

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