Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is now open at Disneyland Resort and will be opening soon at Walt Disney World, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker comes to theaters in a few short months. Now would be a good time to start picking up some Star Wars accessories. Luckily, RockLove and StarWars.com have revealed a brand new line of jewelry celebrating Star Wars characters, objects and places.
- The new collection will be available for the first time at San Diego Comic-Con 2019 and online beginning July 18.
- The jewelry in the new collection is brought to life through the use of old-world jewelry crafting techniques like lost wax casting, champlevé enamel, and fabrication.
- RockLove CEO and Designer Allison Cimino revealed the entire collection along with sketches for each piece.
Ahsoka Tano ring
- This ring, based on the popular character from Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels features a hidden message that reads “Ahsoka lives.”
- Cimino: “The Ahsoka Tano ring is exceptional in that I got to design it with Ashley Eckstein, the voice of Ahsoka Tano in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels.”
- The design of this imperial necklace features Cimino’s signature articulations, which is incorporated in many of her pieces.
- Cimino: “Articulating each leg gave the AT-AT the ability to realistically walk and interact… and is totally me living my dream of having one as a pet.”
GNK droid necklace
- This piece is Cimino’s way of paying respect to the many background droids seen in the Star Wars galaxy.
- Cimino: “Gonk is a cult favorite.”
Jawa necklace and earrings
- This necklace and these earrings recreate those mischievous little Jawas of Tatooine, though Cimino says she made them even smaller and cuter than they appeared on screen.
- Cimino: “I wanted to represent their glowing eyes, so we used bright orange crystals to give them a spark of life. They still retain their mischievous personality with their blasters.”
A thermal detonator necklace
- Relive the classic moment from Return of the Jedi with this thermal detonator medallion reminiscent of the one Princess Leia wields while trying to save Han Solo from Jabba the Hutt.
- Cimino: She comes in disguised as Boushh, everyone thinking she’s a male bounty hunter, prepared to save Han Solo.”
- These coin-like medallions each portray an iconic location from the Star Wars films, with a character closely associated with that location on the flip side.
- Cimino: “One of the amazing things about Star Wars is that it demonstrates a feeling of vastness and possibility by featuring a universe with so many varied ecosystems. Hoth, for example, is an army of AT-AT and AT-ST walkers set against the jagged ice mountains.”
San Diego Comic-Con returns to the San Diego Convention Center for its 50th anniversary July 18-21, 2019.