Indiana Jones and The Temple Of Doom, Lao Che's Diamond Replica

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Indiana Jones and The Temple Of Doom, Lao Che's Diamond Replica

This Eye Of The Peacock diamond first appears in Lao Che's hands inside his famous Obi Wan Nightclub. It is where a battle of wills between Indiana and Lao Che heats up fast. Indiana trades a funerary of Lao's ancestor for the huge diamond. During the trade Lao slips poison into Indy's champagne and a fight breaks out. In the end Indy manages to get away with the Diamond, Antidote Vial and a girl he doesn't want.

This replica of the Lao Che's Diamond is made out of crystal clear Acrylic and measures; 2 inches (50 millimeters) in diameter and 1 inch (25 millimeter) thick and has over 100 facets on it. It is convex with a 7/8 inch diameter flat circle on top and the bottom is also flat. it is almost like a ball cut in half with the flat part added on top. This Diamond is the same size and shape as it is described and shown in the Indiana Jones Grail Diary. It comes in a Burlap bag ready for your next adventure!

The Lao Che Diamond does not come with the Display stand and Plaque items as shown. They are available as a option in the pull down menu.
The Jungle Stand is Antique Gray and made from Poly-resin Material. It has Aztec mayan type art and measures:1.5 inches wide x 1.75 inches tall x 1.75 inches deep. It is perfect to display your Lao Che Diamond on.
The Display Plaque is High Quality, Magnetic Sealing, 4x6x1 inch, Acrylic item with Poster Art from Film. This also comes with a Solid 2x2x1 inch Acrylic Item Stand to set either Lao Che Diamond itself or place Jungle Stand with it.


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  • 5
    The diamond Lao, the deal was for the diamond

    Posted by Stan on 19th Jun 2014

    Tried other suppliers, but none came close to this stone. It is the "REEL" deal. The Display Stand and Plague is a nice touch that presents the gem perfectly.

  • 4
    diamond of the peacock

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Jan 2014

    dimond looks very good and enjoy the stand and plaque for my collection thanks