The Ark of the Covenant, also called the Ark of the Testimony, is the holiest object in Judaism. It is a chest described containing the Tablets of Stone on which the Ten Commandments were inscribed and pieces of manna.
Canadian artist Matthew C. of Geomatrix Studio made a mini version of the Ark using a 3D printer. It's made from 10k gold-plated stainless steel and is approximately 7.8" length x 4" wide x 3.4" tall. This amazing design is 3D printed in extreme detail.
Due to expensive printing process and the gold-plating, this mini Ark of the Covenant has a price tag of $3,400 Canadian Dollars / 3,419 USD on ETSY. The designer offers also cheaper version made of antique bronze or stainless steel, with prices starting at CAD800 and up. And it will take approximately 3-4 weeks delivery.
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a freeman wrote at 11/8/2012 3:23:42 AM:
fu%^g cool :)