Daft Punk Discovery Ornaments

Nov 29, 2017

Category: Gear

We don’t think that anyone will argue that Daft Punk is one of the most influential musical groups of our time. And Discovery might be their best album of all time. And this year, they’ve released another pair of tree ornaments – this time inspired by that 2001 album.

Proudly made by Queen of Snow Globes, these beautifully crafted, limited edition, glass-blown ornaments – which are based on hand-sculpted models – are electroplated in gold and silver lacquer, mimicking the musical duo’s era-correct helmets down to the tiniest details. And that’s made all the more impressive thanks to the fact that they measure up at just 3 inches in height and 4 inches deep at their widest point. For fans of electronic music and stellar craftsmanship, these might be the best Christmas ornaments of all time. Get the pair this holiday for $45 a set.

Purchase: $45

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