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Otago Museum spokeswoman Kate Barron said the merchandise included 3-D printed jewellery, including a gold and polished steel mollymawk brooch, a polished nickel ring based on a moa's tracheal ring and a grey polished steel giraffe jaw necklace.
The limited-run jewellery was made in collaboration with Otago Polytechnic's innovation work space and was based on objects from the Gifts and Legacies exhibition.
''Often the merchandise comes with a touring exhibition but this is the first time we have generated it ourselves.''
Museum design services manager Craig Scott said the objects had the right level of detail for the 3-D modelling process and translated well into designer jewellery.
''If they sell well, we'll branch out into 3-D printing other objects from the museum's collection.''
The exhibition runs until November 23.