While the word treasure immediately conjures images of a simple chest bulging with gold and doubloons, talented builder Piraten decided to improve our limited imagination with his unbelievable recreation of the real treasure, the Danish crown.
This MOC is inspired by the Danish designer Jim Lyngvild and his book about the royal line. Based on Christian the 5 coronation crown which is part of the Danish crown regalia and are exhibited at Rosenborg Castle.
It is meant to be easily recognizable via the light blue globe, as well as the shape with 8 diamond-studded hangers, and of course the large blue sapphire in the front!
Who wouldn’t like to have their very own treasure made out of bricks!? Perhaps someone who plays princess or king with his own crown or the pirates where it is part of their hidden treasure… or the knights returning from a crusade and have to coronate their new king! This will make a fantastic display piece in any environment.
There are many more play options. It was an enjoyable build and many other LEGO collectors should enjoy this special build as well.
It contains around 2000 bricks and took approx 1 ½ month to gather all the bricks and build it.
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About the Builder…
Danish designer, Piraten (Brian Steffensen Vestergaard) is one of those rare builders who gives his MOCs the whole new level of amazing. If you are not familiar with his work you can find him on several social platforms where he regularly shares some of his brilliant ideas:
Or, if you are on the lookout for old and well preserved classic sets, then visit his Piraten Shop and find that one set which you always wanted but never had.
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