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Star Trek TNG Horga'hn Statue
* From Star Trek: The Next Generation!
* Guaranteed to work- ask Picard!
* From Risa, to your collection!
Are you seeking jamaharon? That same original master which was used in production of the episode "Captain's Holiday" has now been utilized to make a brand new silicone mold, allowing recreations of the original Horga'hn exactly as it first appeared on screen. Made with the same durable polyurethane resin, this 2.6 pound statue is hand sanded to eliminate any hint of a seam before a faux wood finish is applied, painted by hand to look just like the originals that were used on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
In the third season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, fans were introduced to the planet Risa, a tropical resort paradise whose native population was known for their open sexuality. As Jean-Luc Picard left for a "Captain's Holiday," Commander Riker requested the captain bring him back a Horga'hn, saying it would be easy to find one for purchase. Of course, Riker knew the significance of the idol, but Picard did not. Both the captain and the viewers watching the episode discovered at the same time the true meaning of this statue. Captain Picard was not amused, but delighted fans were now hooked on the Horga'hn.
Now you can have a Horga'hn of your very own and announce to the world that you are seeking jamaharon. But this is not just any Horga'hn. It is made by the same sculptors who crafted the original model, which was carved out of wood and used to make the mold. Back in 1991, twenty-five cast polyurethane copies of the Horga'hn were produced for use in the episode "Captain's Holiday" (and these statues continued to be used to decorate the backgrounds of crew quarters and other sets in later episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine).