If you'd like to get one of your own, you can find replicas of several tortoise species here (direct link, stock varies).
Star tortoise plush toy
This cute Star tortoise stuffed toy is made of super soft material. It doubles as a hand puppet. :O)
From a tortoise poster
Close-up photo I took of the charming Indian Star tortoise on my turtle & tortoise poster. If you'd like to get your own, you can buy the poster here (direct link, availability varies).
Star tortoise figurine with a moving head. It's actually a fish tank bubbler.
You can buy it here.
Star tortoise magnet
This beautiful Indian star tortoise magnet by Roger Hall (c) and many other
(direct link, stock varies) are available on ebay directly from the artist.
Little tortoise figurine from a gift shop
Indian Star tortoise statue
Sparkly Star tortoise trinket box
Star tortoise figurine
This is a kids' book, but the cover illustration is so lovely. I had to buy it! :O)
Star tortoise 3-D puzzle made of 24 pieces
One of my Star tortoise postage stamps
Turtle candy dish with a lid
This amber-colored glass turtle dish, the "Knobby Back Turtle," was made for L. G. Wright Glass by Fenton. It is not a Star tortoise, but the shell pattern reminds me of one. This turtle was also made in emerald green glass, milk glass, and chocolate milk glass, but I think the amber one is the most beautiful. The mold for this turtle is now owned by the National Milk Glass Collectors Society.
Salt and pepper shakers
These Lenox tortoise salt and pepper shakers are shaped just like high-domed baby Indian Star tortoises. Star babies are such cute little butterballs with short legs. :O)