Fernando Sosa has a custom 3-D printing business, in which he offers to make models, prototypes and replicas of new products. He has a few spectacular samples for sale on his website, nuPROTO.com, including a cyborg spider and a pair of Death Star Christmas tree ornaments.
But his most famous product is a Game of Thrones iPhone dock, which allows you to perch your phone on the Iron Throne, the show's infamous seat of kings, which is made entirely from the swords of vanquished enemies.
You can't buy one, though.
HBO sent Sosa a cease-and-desist letter, saying that the throne was its intellectual property and that nuPROTO did not have a license to sell it. Sosa has attempted to find out who does have the license, or to obtain one for himself, but without luck.