Oh wait, nevermind. This isn’t an ice cube, it’s a 3D replica of a fetus. Created by Japanese engineering company Fasotec, the tiny baby cube thing called “Shape of an Angel” is a custom replica of a fetus. Expecting mothers can get an MRI image taken of their baby that gets sent to a 3D printer to create the replica. Each printout comes in a delicate jewelry box and measures about 3.5 inches tall. Unfortunately (or fortunately?) you won’t see a lot of Mommies-to-be with these dangling from their keychains any time soon. Right now the only way to get one is to make it down to the Parkside Hiroo Ladies Clinic in Tokyo and shell out $1280.

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