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Millennium Falcon snack tray will impress your scruffy-looking friends

This made-to-order wooden Millennium Falcon snack tray is a cool way to stash your spice, but adding it to your own personal cantina comes at a price.

This snack tray will impress your "Star Wars" friends in less than 12 parsecs. Deric Peveto/WoodByHandLLC

This "Star Wars" snack tray not only looks great, but she's also got it where it counts.

A craftsman by the name of Deric Peveto created a beautiful wooden snack tray in the shape of Han Solo's trusty ship the Millennium Falcon and is selling these custom, hand-made hunks of junk on his Etsy page.

The snack tray will set you back $225 (about £145, AU $305), but will definitely impress all of your scruffy-looking nerf-herder friends in under 12 parsecs.

Peveto makes each Falcon tray by laminating various kinds of hardwoods -- he says he typically uses whatever he has on hand from a range of woods that includes "Hard Maple, Black Walnut, Cherry, Honey Locust, Osage Orange, Holly, Purpleheart, Wenge and Paduak" -- and piecing them together to create a pretty slick-looking final product.

It's the perfect place to display your chips and Dark Side salsa dish at your next "Star Wars" party, perhaps as you re-watch both the original trilogy and the prequels as you prepare yourself for "Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens," which lands in theaters in Australia on December 17, followed by the US and UK on December 18.

(Via Nerdist)