“Star Trek” 16 Piece Dinnerware Set Available at Toynk!

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Star Trek Dinnerware Set at Toynk (Image: PR)

Continuing to offer officially licensed geeky swag, Toynk has announced the arrival of the Star Trek 16-piece dinnerware set for fans.

The Star Trek The Next Generation Delta Logo 16 Ceramic Piece Dinnerware Set is the newest addition to the Star Trek Universe Merch Collection at Toynk.com. Said dinnerware set is from Robe Factory and it’s officially licensed.

This Star Trek 16-piece dinnerware set includes 4 complete place settings. You get four dinner plates (10.5-inches each), four salad plates (8-inches each), four bowls (7-inches each), and 4 mugs (10.5-ounces each). Each white porcelain piece is trimmed with blue and stamped with the iconic Starfleet Command Delta logo in brilliant gold.

If you’re interested in giving your dinnerware collection a geeky edge, perhaps consider picking this one up?

This Star Trek dinnerware set is currently available for $199.99.

If you order using our Toynk affiliate link, it will help us earn a small commission to support this website. So, do consider using it.

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Star Trek Dinnerware (16-piece) at Toynk (Image: PR)

While we’re on the subject of Star Trek, the franchise has a lot to offer in terms of live-action and animated content. The 13-episodes long third season of Star Trek: Discovery is scheduled to debut come October 15, 2020. It will be offering some much-needed queer representation.

According to Variety, here’s the description for the new characters:

Ian Alexander (“The OA”) will play Gray, a trans man who has spent his life as a Trill planning to be a host for a symbiotic alien species that lives in different hosts over its lifetime.

Newcomer Blu del Barrio will play Adira, a non-binary character who bonds with Lt. Commander Paul Stamets (Anthony Rapp) and Dr. Hugh Culber (Wilson Cruz), the first same-sex couple in “Trek” TV series history.

Star Trek: Picard has been renewed for a second season.

The animated series Star Trek: Lower Decks debuted on August 6, 2020. 

Are you a fan of Star Trek? What are your thoughts about the new dinnerware set at Toynk?

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Author: Farid-ul-Haq

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