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This Wooden Starship Enterprise Goes Where No Tree Has Gone Before

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Written by Paul Strauss | February 26, 2017

I’ve seen lots of models of the Starship Enterprise over the years, but this wooden version by Kretschmer Kreativ is one of the most beautiful and elegant versions I’ve ever laid eyes on.

Measuring in at 36″ long x 16″ wide x 8″ tall, the model is handmade entirely from wood and glue. Every detail you see, from the ship’s iconic NCC-1701 badging to the colors of the warp nacelles and deflector shield were created using different types of wood.

The finished model uses maple, black walnut, padauk, osage orange, ebony, and yellowheart woods. It’s so smooth and beautifully sculpted – I’d hate to see any Klingons do battle damage to it.

Since this is a true work of art, you’re looking at a 12 week build time and a cost of $3000 for your own Starship Enterprise sculpture, but if you’re a serious Trekkie, it’s worth every penny.