What you see here is yet another LEGO Ideas success story. This one here is by one Jake Sadovich (AKA JakeSadovich77) of Idaho called, well, Ship in a Bottle. Originally submitted to LEGO Ideas back in late 2016, it had pulled in 10,000 votes to qualified it for a review by the LEGO Ideas team to have a shot at making it as an official set. And official set it is now and it will be hitting the shelves starting February 01, 2018 with a $69.99 sticker.

Jake Sadovich LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle Becomes An Official Set

Designated 21313, Jake’s LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle has 962 pieces and features a highly detailed miniature ship inside a clear “glass bottle” complete with a “wax sealed” bottle stopper, just like some of the real-deal. And no. The ship in there is not the Black Pearl, unfortunately, and so, it won’t magically grow into a full size ship when dropped into the sea. It does however comes with a stand that mimics those classic wooden stands that are often crafted to display these intricate work of art.

Jake Sadovich LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle Becomes An Official Set

Also, you will need to build it up like any LEGO set. Thankfully, the skillful art of pulling a miniature ship upright inside a bottle like it is done on actual ship in a bottle is not required here. Words cannot express how impress we are by this set. But, really LEGO. Must your toys be this expensive, always? 70 bucks for a set with under 1,000 pieces is kind of pricey.

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Jake Sadovich LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle Becomes An Official Set

Jake Sadovich LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle Becomes An Official Set

Jake Sadovich LEGO Ideas Ship in a Bottle Becomes An Official Set

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via Geekologie.

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