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This Han Solo Carbonite Coffee Table Can Be Yours—For $7500

Jake Rossen
Star Wars fans can up their decorating game with this life-sized nod to Han Solo.
Star Wars fans can up their decorating game with this life-sized nod to Han Solo. / Regal Robot

During a key sequence in 1980’s Star Wars sequel The Empire Strikes Back, Han Solo (Harrison Ford) is frozen in carbonite in order to be transported without incident by bounty hunter Boba Fett into the hands of corpulent gangster Jabba the Hutt. Solo was freed from his ice chest of a prison by Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) in 1983’s Return of the Jedi.

In between, it’s entirely possible Boba Fett used the frozen Solo as a coffee table. Now you can, too. This life-sized Han Solo Carbonite coffee table from Regal Robot ($7500) can act as the perfect conversation starter—or possibly conversation ender—in any living room.

The Han Solo Carbonite Coffee Table.
The Han Solo Carbonite Coffee Table. / Regal Robot

Made of wood, laminate, fiberglass, aluminum, glass, and acrylic, the table measures 78.5 inches wide by 29.25 inches deep and 18 inches tall. (The weight is a considerable 230 pounds.) Regal Robot’s copy advises that there’s remote control storage under Solo. Fans can also arrange game night snacks around his tormented visage.

The table joins Regal Robot’s other Star Wars offerings, including the Emperor’s Throne Chair ($1500) and a Dewback Loveseat that was among their custom creations.

Each Solo is made to order from 3D scans of the original film prop and takes 10 to 12 weeks to arrive. There’s also a shipping delivery surcharge of $599 to $999. While on the expensive side, it’s probably far less than Jabba paid for the real thing.