15 cm or 5.9 inches is the height. 11 cm or 4.33 inches is the length and width, which would just be exact same thing as the diameter of the cup. That's pretty close to your measurements.This one is mine. It was an unpainted sculpt I added the patina and weathering. I don't know how accurate this is considered. Not sure if the size is correct though. Possibly looking to get a better one. The archive book says 11x11x15 cm. Not sure how that works though. Guessing the 15 is the circumference of the cup 11 at the base. Unsure for sure
5 3/4- tall
4 1/2- end to end of the cup (laying the ruler flat across the top side to side)
base 2 3/8- end to end.
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Thank you. It was empty looking with the plain white and bare background to me for some reason, - never really happy with it. Star Wars is actually most of my collection however I found myself focusing on trying to get this Indy collection looking good. Now I can finish focusing on cleaning up my Star Wars display
So the question is whether there's any available information that points to the 6700 being used rather than the 4700 other than easier availability?
Now you can see,-- the magic-- of the potatoI see Landron Artifacts appears to be up and running at a faster pace again (used to be a multi-month wait to get a Staff of Ra medallion holder), but he had a few ready to sell on Etsy when I last looked. It appears to be a new more orange color scheme and no choices like there used to be on his website. I've got two gold and one silver stands.
Why not? I just ordered a new medallion stand so all three Relic Maker medallions can have their own backing color (assuming that's not just a photo glitch, but I don't think so as multiple photos show that color). I've ten other medallions. I'm sure one could use a nice leftover gold stand.
I've actually got a Landron Magic Potato. It came with a bunch-o-stuff I bought in a package off eBay a few years back. The same package had an e-candle based Magic Potato System with three Taters in it that I use on my shelf display (just changed the batteries again a few days ago).
I had a chuckle at how many people, myself included, never realized that only the villagers rock has stripes in the movie. Hence why the new Disney stone doesn't have stripes.
I hate to ruin your chuckle, but I'm afraid they do have stripes (on the back away from front view when lit in skull holder). You can see the white stripes when Indy puts one in his pouch. It gets darker and he turns it as he puts it in his pouch and they're plainly visible.
Here's proof taken straight from the Blu-Ray:
One on the alter has stripes, because it's the village rock, what about the other two?