Actually, most of Rodd.com’s stuff has tended to be made in atelier shops in the US. Their UFOP pin and Klingon chancellor necklace are made by hand by Maggie Schpak who made the screen originals. The same was true of most of the prop kits, which were made by HMS at their shop in Hollywood, often using the original tooling. The unusual set up of Rodd.com makes stuff like this possible, which I think is pretty cool. They’re rarely in any huge hurry, and they genuinely seem to want to do right by the die-hard fans. Their batleth and Mark X are sort of new forays for them into more consumer scale stuff. Hopefully they’ll continue to show interest in producing the more atelier stuff as well, since if they don’t do it I don’t think anybody else will–at least not in terms of licensed items.
Also, sorry if I forgot to mention where these were going to be fabricated. It’s still a work in progress, but I think the shop in Providence is the most likely candidate.