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Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Matte Black Steel
Matte Black Steel
Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Matte Black Steel
Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Matte Black Steel
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Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys
Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys
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Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Polished Gold Steel
Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Polished Gold Steel
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Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Polished Grey Steel
Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Polished Grey Steel
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Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Stainless Steel
Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Stainless Steel
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Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Matte Gold Steel
Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Matte Gold Steel
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Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Polished Bronze Steel
Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Polished Bronze Steel
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Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Polished Nickel Steel
Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Polished Nickel Steel
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Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Matte Bronze Steel
Key 1to2 3d printed Sculptures Desk Toys Matte Bronze Steel
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About this Product

A none official model of Thorin Oakenshield's key from "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" Roughly 1:2 movie scale

Dimensions

IN: 3.468 w x 0.715 d x 1.623 h
CM: 8.808 w x 1.816 d x 4.122 h
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@HankinsKathleen Yes, you can see the runes. It's just under 9cm (3.5inches) in your hand.
January 30, 2014, 8:23 pm
@HankinsKathleen Yes, you can see the runes. It's just under 9cm (3.5inches) in your hand.
January 30, 2014, 8:23 pm
@salochin111
January 30, 2014, 5:11 pm
How detailed is the colored plastic? Can you see the runes? And how big is the key in your hand?
January 30, 2014, 5:10 pm
@Valery I have now made it available in White Strong And Flexible :)
November 11, 2013, 9:50 pm
@salocin111 thank you again, anyway wsaf stand for white strong and flexible :)
November 11, 2013, 8:02 pm
@Valery I'm not sure what you mean wsaf, I chose all the metals as available materials as well as Strong and Flexible Plastic.
November 11, 2013, 7:35 pm
ok i like this, but in wsaf? it is possible?
November 11, 2013, 6:49 pm
 
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