Star Wars Jewelry Pieces Are the Right Way to Get Charmed in Your Living Room

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Not all of these Star Wars jewelry pieces are to be worn on the wrist, but they sure look like a charm bracelet. And you don’t have to be a Star Wars fan to see how these things seem to be part of a certain cult, that of a galaxy far, far away.
We picked the word charm because we wanted to hint at the rather historical meaning of it, in which people would wear them as a form of amulet or talisman to ward off evil spirits or bad luck. After all, nobody wants to join the dark side, even though the way Darth Vader puts it is quite alluring.

Luke Skywalker’s father may be an evil character, but you can always keep things in the middle and go for the Stormtrooper models. The ring, for instance, is made of silver, diamond and black diamonds and will cost you 2.6 million yuan ($410,217 at the current exchange rate). They make it as pendants too or necklaces made of silver that also keeps things more affordable.

Boba Fett is another character that the Justin Davis jewelry makers have chosen for their Star Wars collection, and it’s made of silver. R2-D2 and his C3PO buddy are envisioned as both necklaces and rings. Bottom line, all these models we’ve listed are just some of the lots we considered interesting, but we’ll let you decide which one is the best from the photo gallery below.

As you may have heard by now, the latest installment in the epic space opera franchise will be released in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D on December 18. More than ten years have passed since the release of the last Star Wars movie, which is why it is perhaps one of the most expected films of the last seasons.

Even though George Lucas served only as a creative consultant during the film’s early production stages, some of the veteran actors such as Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill will reprise their roles.
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