Choose from the TARDIS or the 11th Doctor with accompanying sonic screwdriver, or one of his enemies, such as the Daleks or Cybermen, one of the robotic K-9 units, or the truly scary Weeping Angel monster (shown here to the left.
These ornaments will delight any Whovian, whether they're for yourself or as a gift to someone else.
Doctor Who Tardis Figural Ornament
The TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) is one of the most iconic images from the Doctor Who universe. It is the vehicle that The Doctor uses to travel through time and space.
You might think that a space / time ship in the shape of a London police box is quite silly and impractical. Well, yes, it appears that way. But a well-maintained TARDIS has chameleon-type properties and can blend in to its surroundings. This particular TARDIS has gotten stuck in its present form due to a broken chameleon circuit. Luckily The Doctor enjoys the police box form.
The TARDIS is bigger on the inside than what it appears to be on the outside, giving The Doctor ample space for himself and his companions on their journeys.
We see the original painting in the episode "The Pandorica Opens". It shows a "Starry Night"-like painting of the TARDIS exploding as seen in Van Gogh's visions.
Luckily this vision never comes true because of The Doctor's intervention.
The ornament shown here is painted using the ancient Ne'Qwa techique, which means it is carefully and pain-stakingly painted INSIDE the ornament.
A Few More Fun Ornaments for Whovians
Here are a few more Doctor Who ornaments that you might enjoy:
- You can get the 2-ornament set of the Eleventh Doctor (as played by Matt Smith) and his sonic screwdriver
- This Red Dalek, and enemy of The Doctor, is also pretty cool (look for the yellow version if you prefer). Exterminate!
- The K-9 ornament portrays the robotic dog ("canine" = "K-9", get it?) that has appeared periodically in the Doctor Who story lines.
And three more:
- Don't blink! The Weeping Angels are the scariest of all the monsters in the series, in my opinion! They only move when you can't see them, but you have to blink sometime, right?
- This elegant blue disk (not a ball) includes the images of all the doctors up to the Eleventh (Matt Smith).
- The Cybermen are one of the most tenacious enemies of The Doctor, besides the Daleks.
Do you have a favorite Doctor Who ornament? Mine is the hand-painted Exploding TARDIS ball, followed by the Weeping Angel.