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The Classiest 'Star Trek Enterprise' Coffee Table You've Ever Seen [Stuff]

I challenge you to find a classier looking Star Trek Enterprise coffee table. This one could sit in your living room without fear of embarrassment or heated arguments about interior design.

Above Image: Star Trek USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C) coffee table by Barry Shields

Modelled after the Ambassador-class USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-C), this hand-made coffee table is perfect for holding those 15 Star Trek coffee table books you own.

Star Trek coffee table books on a Star Trek coffee table? Q, you nut!

The appropriately named artist Barry Shields (Up! Red Alert!) described it this way: "This Star Trek table is made from ash, poplar and cherry wood. It took me a month to build it and 2 tries to cut the 1/4″ glass the way I wanted but it turned out nicely. The glass is cut to look as though its in motion and the base was designed to portray the ship in orbit over a planet. It has a beautiful rubbed poly finish coat for complete protection for many years to come. Its solid, sturdy and you CAN put your feet up on it after a long day at the office. This is a one of a kind! You will not see another one like it."

This table is for sale at a measly $3,500. Check out the rest of his work at Barry Shields Creations.

Via Geeks Are Sexy

Would you own this table? What would you put on it?
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  1. Craig, a handcrafted piece like this is definitely worth the money. Not an impulse buy though.

  2. It's gorgeous - and really not that outrageous at $3500 - but certainly out of my ballpark. *sigh*

  3. Good point Pat. I still have scars from mine. Battle scars.

  4. That is cool but I'd never buy a glass coffee table because I know I'd constantly trip over the thing and probably end up disemboweling myself with broken glass.

  5. i want one... no two!

  6. Just sell 3 books at $1,000 a piece Melissa!

  7. I want one, I want one, I want one!! Now, if I could just sell a few more novels to get it. LOL

  8. Awesome piece of furniture! Totally want one! :D

  9. She would definitely make it classier Tony

  10. I want one as well!!!


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