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NOTE: I am (finally!) in the process of updating this page with new information

This is going to take some time because I have LOTS of notes and photos to process.
I would like to thank all the people who have contacted me over the years, sending me things you've identified.
As many as possible are included below, attributed to the first person who contacted me.
Therefore, this website has become a collaborative effort and I LOVE that!!

The website has been added to my will, and will continue for 25 years after I'm gone.
I did this because when I started collecting, there were several websites that helped me tremendously, but they disappeared.
Given the number of people who rely on this site, I can't justify having it go away just because I do.

It has come to my attention that some sellers (eBay, Etsy, etc.)
are using my descriptions to sell their wares, but they often do NOT have the EXACT thing we are looking for.
Only a few of the things shown here have any real value.

SELLERS: if you're going to sell something shown on this page, please list it as a "FOUND ITEM" not as a prop.
If you aren't sure whether what you have is truly a found item, please ask me.

This webpage was created to help people who collect Star Trek found item table and bar ware.

While there are photos and descriptions of the physical items on the Star Trek Auction Archive and there are screen caps in several places no one, to my knowledge, has documented the ORIGIN of those items or researched their current availability. There are bits and pieces on several websites and forums (listed on my links page) but nowhere is the information consolidated in one place.

I am trying to do that here, and found that it helps me manage my own collection as well.

This page is a work in progress and reflects the current state of my knowledge, which will always be incomplete. It is also purely MY OPINION, not fact, and should be treated as such. I have no connection to CBS Studios, Paramount Pictures, or the Star Trek franchise, I have not consulted anyone who worked in the prop department or handled any screen-used props other than the few glasses I own. My opinions are based solely on screen caps and my knowledge of tableware (which I have collected since I was 12). I welcome all corrections, additions, and discussions!

If you own any screen-used items which have identifying marks that we can use to track down found items, please share them!

Many of the images below are from the auctions run by It's A Wrap! Production Wardrobe Sales aka IAW.

CBS/Paramount Television used IAW to liquidate their vast collection of Star Trek props. The auctions started in December of 2006 and ended in April 2009. Most people thought these auctions were awesome because they made screen-used props available to everyone. For me these IAW auctions were phenomenal in that they provided descriptions, dimensions, and photos from different angles all of which can be used to track down (or recreate) the found item.

Fortunately, the auction data has been archived at Jason Stevens StarTrekPropCollector.com. Many thanks to all those responsible for creating and maintaining this invaluable resource; and, many thanks to the people at IAW for doing such a thorough job with the listings.

Most of the screen caps on this page are from Memory-Alpha or Trek Core or DITL.org . The rest were provided by the members of Star Trek Invisionzone and John Harrington of Cedar Street Studio .

NOTE: This website does not cover every piece of found-item table and bar ware used on the show, only those that I have some information on (or, wish I had information on). If I have not included an item that is dear to you, let me know and I'll see if I can find it. Rest assured that I will give you any information I uncover before I add it to this site, so that you may find your grail first.

(and on all the detail pages):
In the left-hand column will be a screen cap if I have one.
In the middle column will be an IAW picture or another screen cap.
In the right-hand column will be our version of the glass in question.
(if there is an "x" in a box, then I don't have an image for that spot)

If you would like to send me a comment or correction, please reference the three-digit number next to each entry so that I know exactly which item you are commenting on, and press here to send me an email (remove the spaces from the email address).

ALL series are represented here: TOS, TNG, DS9, VOY, ENT, and the movies.

I will be adding the new series as I collect information on them.

If YOU have information to share, please send it to me!

==> At the bottom of this page, I will be adding toys, like the 3D chess set. <==

To find all entries for a particular series,
use your browser's "find on this page" function
to search for the 3-digit series identifier.


DS9 Playing God - Klingon Racht

I think this bowl is the 11" tri-corner bowl #528 by Nambe.
* Although it really looks like the bowl in the screen shot has 4 corners, Nambe never made a bowl in that shape; which means, of course, that it might not be Nambe. I have not seen any other bowl that more closely resembled the screen shot in every other way.
* The Nambe bowl is available in several sizes, 6" (#526), 7.5" (#530), 9" (#527) and 11" (#528).
* We have the largest size as the smaller ones are pretty small.


TNG Parallels - triangular black plate

VOY Persistence of Vision - Seltin pate

* Screen-used ones are ceramic made for Macy's.
* PLASTIC Triangular black plates we used were from Smarty Had a Party, but they are no longer available.
* If you need a large enough quantity, they might be able to order them for you.

* Wayfair sells something similar in melamine, but they're much more expensive than what we used.


ENT Dr. Phlox sickbay set dressing - shakers

* I won this lot.
* We use them as salt and pepper shakers.
* When I remove the black base, it reads AMCO China.
* The shakers themselves are stainless with a tight fitting lid.


VOY - black bowls

* I have some of these screen-used bowls
* They are black plastic made by ???


VOY Persistence of Vision - coffee server

* This coffee server was made by Carlo Gianinni.


ENT (and possibly VOY too) - black dishes

* These serving dishes, used on Enterprise, were made by BIA Cordon Bleu.
* Per Kevin on the Invisionzone forum, the pattern name is "Ebony".
* It shows up occasionally on eBay and Amazon.
* Our screen-used long oval serving dish is 23" by 9"
* BIA Cordon Bleu are still in business (I had never heard of them) but I don't think they still make this pattern.


VOY Nonsequitur - fruit dish

* I think the base to this fruit dish might be Girotondo tray designed by Michael Graves for Alessi


VOY Future's End - dotted canister

* I think this is the Kalisto dotted canister made by Alessi.


VOY Faces - plomeek broth soup

* The 8-quart stock pot used for this Plomeek broth is part of the Tools line by Iittala, as is the serving spoon.
* Both are available at Finnish Gifts.


TNG A Matter of Honor - pipius claw and heart of targ

* I think this ribbed plate is the Aino Aalto pattern by Iittala available at Finnish Gifts.


TNG The Wounded - black octagonal plate

* I think this is the Octime or Novoctime pattern by Mikasa. Discontinued but available on eBay.
* The PLASTIC octagonal plates we used are available at A Party Source and Party at Lewis but, again, no longer available.
* I found these on eBay .


VOY - Void

* This flatware is the Milennium pattern by Mikasa. Discontinued but available on eBay.
* I recently won a place setting that was still in the original boxes which was marked $35.99 and on sale for $19.99!
* In other words, the entire place setting sold for less than one fork sells for now.
* The Triad pattern by Gense, also discontinued and available on eBay, is exactly the same and much cheaper.

* Retroneu, a Korean company, produced a copy-cat pattern called TREK. Still available at Replacements.com

* Eno of Star-Trek.Design provided the screen cap from Voyager. .


VOY - flatware

ENT - flatware

2001: A Space Odyssey

* This flatware was designed in 1960 by Arne Jacobsen for A. (Anton) Michelsen of Denmark. Discontinued but available on eBay.
* The pattern name is "AJ".
* This pattern was also used in 2001: A Space Odyssey.
* There are two versions available, the original one made in Denmark in the 1960's and a 'revival' Arne Jacobsen pattern made by Georg Jensen.
* Many pieces in the older set shown on the right (right and left handed soup spoons, butter spreaders, and all the small spoons) are not available in the new set.
* The new set is readily available in the US. In 2010 a 5-piece place setting was selling for $95.
* There is a complete 12 place setting set available for $3575 at Jensen Silver in NY
* Individual pieces are available on eBay.


TOS - flatware

* Stainless, made in Japan (probably part of the Mikasa Studio Nova line which was introduced in the 1950's), with red tape around the ends.
* In the middle is another catalog page sent to me by John.
* In the second row are some other brands with a similar look that are frequently available on eBay, if you don't need the real thing.
* On the right is Stanley Roberts flatware
* In the middle is Oxford Hall MCM Venus
* On the left is Washington Forge Coronado

* BHE tells me that: "From my research these were made by a small manufacturer that specialized in Knock Offs in the sixties. I have found other flatware they made that was a copy of popular Danish Flatware. No one I have contacted to date has been able to identify the company. The logo and the phrase are on all the pieces. It is low grade and was probably inexpensive at the time. To date I have been unable to identify if there was an actual original flatware that was copied."
* BHE's photo of the logo on the back is on the right. He has not been able to locate the manufacturer.

* Kelli thinks this might have been copied from Mikasa's PROFILE flatware , and I think she might be right!
* Below is a photo from Replacements:

* I was astonished to see this registered with Replacements.com as pattern UNF266, Unknown Manufacturer!


DS9 - flatware auctioned on eBay

* These were sold on eBay without a screen cap, but the seller had VAST amounts of Trek stuff so I believe they're legit.
* If you have a screen shot, please send it!
* I have no idea who made these, and there is no logo on the back, but I would LIKE TO KNOW because they're so weird!
* For some reason I didn't bid. Or, I did bid and I lost. I don't remember.

* Eno of Star-Trek.Design identified these as Esotismo Flatware designed by Jean Marie Patois, and says it was used in the Voyager two-part episode, "Year of Hell" aboard the Krenim ship.


VOY - coffee pot
ENT - always on Archer's desk

* Here is another submission from Jeffrey D.

* This is the Alessi Espresso Cuppola Stovetop Percolator.
* There are many versions of this; the one you want is from the 80's.
* It's a percolator, so the top detaches from the bottom.


VOY - sugar bowl used as a glass

* Eno of Star-Trek.Design identified this as a sugar bowl designed by Cartsen Jurgensen for Bodum.
* Eno's website features quite a few pieces of furniture and decorative items used on-screen. It's worth checking out!


TNG - Data's Teapot

* A follower of Eno's Star-Trek.Design Instagram page, @sideofbeans, identified this as a cocktail shaker designed by Slyvia Stave for Alessi.
* I have only been able to find it in stainless, so perhaps the prop department painted the body white?
* Eno's website features quite a few pieces of furniture and decorative items used on-screen. It's worth checking out!


TOS The Man Trap - salt and pepper shakers

* Glass shakers with a stainless top, made in West Germany.
* Ours are 2.75 inches tall and 2 3/8 inches at their widest.
* MOMA sells a smaller version of these, designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld in 1952.
* Called the Max and Moritz Salt and Pepper Shakers they are made in Germany.
* Max and Moritz are 2 inches by 2 inches and come with a stainless steel try for $35.


TOS The Corbomite Maneuver - coffee service
TOS The Naked Time
TOS Charlie X
TOS Court Martial
TOS Space Seed
TOS Metamorphosis
TOS Devil in the Dark

* Made by Gabis of Sweden.
* Designed by Nils Nisbel in the mid-1950s as part of their Jet 60 line.
* Stainless, 11.5 inches tall, and with a plastic wrapped handle
* This was available as a coffee service and as a martini pitcher (shown at right with muddler).
* We now have both pitchers but not the creamer or sugar bowl.

* An INCREDIBLE story about this pitcher: In the summer of 2010 KC took his daughter on a road trip which included 2 days in Toronto, Canada. The day after they left, I was trolling the internet and found the martini pitcher in . . . of all places . . . Toronto. Now, I buy things and have them sent to me from all over the world, but THIS vendor refused to ship! It still blows my mind that for the first time in 20 years that KC has been in Toronto, one of my grails was at a store 10 minutes from his hotel. Although I didn't beg, he DID go and get it for me. I am truly the luckiest woman in the world!
* The next week, I found the coffee pitcher on eBay and won it, too.


TNG Journey's End - tea set
TNG Preemptive Strike
TNG Lessons
TNG The Perfect Mate

* Picard's tea set was made by Saenger Porcelain.

* This set is very unique looking, but the teapot is totally impractical!
* The teapot is so big and heavy - you can see Picard straining to hold it level as he grips it - it's really only good for display.
* The mugs, however, are very usable!


VOY Q-Less - tea set

* Janeway's French Art Deco tea set, silver plate with rosewood handles, is a contemporary take on the Tonnelet tea service created in 1925 by Christian Fjerdingstadt for Christofle for use on the ocean liner Normandie. The design was discontinued, and then resurrected as "1925".
* It is available today at Geary's and Artedona .
* I found ours on eBay.
* I still see them on eBay, for exorbitant amounts of money.
* There is also a knock-off being sold for much less money which is an option if you don't need the real thing.
* The one used on-screen was rosewood (brown) , not ebony (black).
* The photo in the center is of the Tonnelet Tea Service, linked to above, at DecoDame (sold).


VOY Day of Honor - Janeway's Tea Set
* Elizabeth M asked me for help locating this teaset.
* It looks to me like it might be chome, with a winged finial on the lid.
* The style is very art deco, which is typical for that series.
* If you have any information on this set, please share it!


DS9 Tray used to serve Kanar
* The stainless tray used under these Kanar bottles Is part of the Stelton Cylinda Line designed by Arne Jacobsen.
* This model has been discontinued but is available on eBay.
* It was available in two sizes and came with several inserts (see the pamphlet below)

* In the second row on the left is the tray without the insert.
* In the center of the second row is a tray with one insert and the pamphlet showing the others
* On the right in the second row is a close-up of the pamphlet.
* The insert shown is for fish. There was also a wooden bread insert, and two round serving bowls
* The largest one is 22 inches by 10.25
* The medium one is 18 inches by 8. I believe this is the one used in the screen cap with the Kanar bottles
* And the small one is 14 inches by ?? .

* In the center of the first row is the Kanar display at our last party
* On the right is our 22 inch tray with the bread insert.


Captain's Lot
* The large round tray in the foreground was also part of the Stelton Cylinda Line designed by Arne Jacobsen.
* It is still being produced and is available many places. DWR had the best description of the line (scroll down).
* Ack! These USED TO be made in Denmark, but now they're made in China.
* In 2021 a new one was $150, but you can find a used one on eBay for less, and it will have been made in Denmark.

* I don't have a screen shot of where this tray was used. If you have one, please share it!
* We used it to serve Irish Cream Liqueur.


VOY - Faces

* The pot that Janeway is bending over is an All American Pressure Canner 915 (15 quart), modified by the prop department.
* The clamp bolts and knobs have been removed (they are replaceable), revealing the slots they fit into.
* Given the height, and the fact that there are three clamps between each handle, I believe this is the 15-quart size.
* The rectangular handles you see in the second screen shot are not part of this pot, they were added by the prop department.
* The middle photo is the pressure canner with the lid removed and the clamps open.
* I am not going to remove the clamps on mine to prove this is the same pot, but it absolutely is!

* These are sometimes available cheaper on eBay. If you buy one, please DO NOT COOK IN IT!
* It's made from aluminum, which will leach into your food. Only use it for canning.


TNG Nemesis - Riker and Troy wedding flatware
* Penny Juday told me that the flatware used in the Riker Troy wedding scene was Parallel from Crate and Barrel.
* She told me they bought 200 place settings for the scene, but only used the dessert forks!
* The photo in the center, of the serving ware, is from her (we traded information for donations to her cat rescue operation).
* The screen cap is the only one I could find, but it shows nothing except that only the forks were used
* I have a few place settings and will get a better photo of the flatware but you can see what the handles look like from the photo of the serving spoon.


TNG Nemesis - Riker and Troy wedding plates
* These plates are from the IAW auctions.
* They were described as "white porcelain featuring gold-colored detail around the outer circumference, and a 2370's style Starfleet emblem also in gold"
* There is no brand name on the back, only Made in China.
* The salad plate is 7.5 inches across, the dinner plate is 11 inches across.
* If you wanted to duplicate them, you could buy cheap white china and paint the emblem on with glass paint.
* Perhaps that's what they did?


ST7 Generations - the plates the director hated
* There is a funny story associated with these plates, which were used on-screen but never seen.
* It's the scene where Kirk is coming up the stairs carrying a breakfast tray.
* Penny told me she designed them specifically for that scene, but the director hated them so much he covered them with toast!
* The photo in the center is from Penny.
* They were made by Pfaltzgraff , as was all the other Star Trek china.
* I'm sharing them here so the story isn't forgotten! Photo on the right is from Replacements.com


TOS Is There in Truth no Beauty - tea set
* My SIL asked me if I could find this set, and I was not able to.
* If you have any information on it, please share it!
* It looks like it was made in China, with a brown base and a wrapped handle.
* The brown might also be brushed gold.


DS9 Defiant - serving tray

* I haven't been able to identify this tray, but we did use the decal on some of our trays.


DS9 - Rules of Acquisition Flatware
DS9 - You Are Cordially Invited Flatware

* I don't have a screen shot, but Penny Juday is 90% sure it came from Crate and Barrel.
* The name was something like wilderness or oak or something outdoorsy, since it looked like branches that curled at the end
* Pottery Barn had some called twig, and she was pretty sure that's NOT it.
* If you have any information on these please share it!
* A screen cap would be nice, too.
* A follower of Eno's Star-Trek.Design Instagram page, @david_wm_palmer, identified these as Treble Clef by Gourmet Settings !
* Eno sent me the screen cap.
* (this irks me because I have another set from Gourmet Settings, Twist N Shout, that is so similar to Treble Clef that I can't justify buying another set!)
* Eno's website features quite a few pieces of furniture and decorative items used on-screen. It's worth checking out!


ENT ??? - Archer's Salt and Pepper

* Adie S. alerted me to the fact that this is an Alessi tea infuser.


STV1 The Undiscovered Country - China used at the Klingon State Dinner Scene

* This information is from Penney Juday. The pattern name is HAMPTON, by Pfaltzgraff.
* The plates and cups had a logo on them, but the casserole dishes and vegetable bowls are found items
* Does anyone have a screen cap showing those dishes?

* You can see all the other Star Trek patterns Pfaltzgraff made on the Replacements.com website.


PIC - Tea cups at Chateau Picard

* EPH sent me several photos from this series and challenged me to identify them!
* Based on the shape of the teacup, it could be either Mikasa Egyptian Terracotta (in the middle) or Wedgewood Crown Ruby (on the right).
* Seeing them lined up like this, Mikasa Egyptian Terracotta looks like a better color match, and the angle of the cup where it leaves the stem is identical.


PIC - Sugar spoon at Chateau Picard

* EPH sent me several photos from this series and challenged me to identify them!
* I don't have a screen cap of this (yet) but I was able to identify the pattern.
* The pattern is MILADY by Oneida.
* The spoon they used is actually a teaspoon, not a sugar spoon. Sugar spoons are rounder.
* Or, perhaps I misunderstood, and this is the teaspoon they used.


ENT S4 E17 - Decanter

* Rain M. believes this is the Riedel Duck decanter shown on the left.
* It looks very close to me, too.
* Does anyone know if this decanter was in production when ENT was being produced?
* If not, duck decanters have been made for ages, so it may have been made by a different company.


VOY - Food serving bowl

* The serving bowl to the right of the flatware in the screen cap is called a molcajete.
* They've been used for centuries in Mexico to grind spices and make guacamole.
* The best ones are made from lava rock and handed down from mother to daughter.
* The photo on the left is a new one from Williams Sonoma , in a slightly different shape.
* You can find them on Amazon and Ebay as well.


VOY ???
ENT ???

* These pieces were designed by Michael Graves for Alessi .
* I see them occasionally on eBay, and they are now also available on Amazon.

* In the first row is the teapot with a bird whistle . Of course, the removable whistle was not used.
* (On the glasses page, item G014, you can see the cups from this line that were used in DS9.)

* Eno of Star-Trek.Design sent me a screen cap showing that the pitcher from this line was used in Enterprise.
* Eno's website features quite a few pieces of furniture and decorative items used on-screen. It's worth checking out!


DS9 - Rejoined

* Eno of Star-Trek.Design identified this tray as GRECO by Jean Couzon.
* I bought one to use with my Gabis tea set and I'm thrilled to know it was used on-screen!
* These were made with several different color handles. The one used on screen appears to be black, but I have seen them with blue, green, red, and ivory handles.
* In the same screen cap, I believe the teapot was made by Escapade. There are two listed on Etsy described as, 'Escapade Art Deco Silver Teaset'.
* One appears to have had a gold-tone lid but most of the gold is worn away.
* The other is all silver, which I think is closer to the one used on-screen.
* They're both over $500, and neither is in great condition. Even in good condition, $500 is too rich for my blood, but I think they're gorgeous!
* The one that's all silver is shown in the middle below.


TNG - Up the Long Ladder

* Here's another teapot made by Alessi and used in TNG.

* Eno of Star-Trek.Design identified this as the IL CONICO Teapot designed by Aldo Rossi, but used with a different creamer and sugar.


TNG - Manhunt

* And another teapot made by Alessi! This one was also used in TNG.

* Eno of Star-Trek.Design identified this as the LA CUPOLA Teapot, also designed by Aldo Rossi.


TNG - Lessons
TNG - Second Chances
TNG - True Q
TNG - Phantasms
TNG - Parallels

* Here is another find provided by Eno of Star-Trek.Design
* This flatware is the EXL pattern by Robert Wilhite for Bissell & Wilhite, used in several different TNG episodes.


TNG - Deja Q

* This flatware was identified by Rain in Lafayette, with screen caps provided by Eno of Star-Trek.Design
* Designed by Shozo Toyohisa, this is the HANA pattern.


Penny Juday was the art coordinator for DS9, and the Star Trek archivist.

Unfortunately, Penny passed away in 2018 from colon cancer.
Before she died, she helped me immensely.
I made donations to her cat rescue effort, and she repaid me with information.

I would like to honor her here by including this photo she sent me
She claimed it was one of her favorites.
It shows her in front of Quarks Bar at The Star Trek Experience in the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas.
Penny and her crew were responsible for creating that space, and they did an incredible job!!!

I don't want her to be forgotten!

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