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Cool STAR WARS Jewelry for the Special Nerf-Herder in Your Life

Cool STAR WARS Jewelry for the Special Nerf-Herder in Your Life

Hard to believe there was a time not so long ago when finding Star Wars related items was a near impossible task. Aside from a shelf or two in a vintage toy store, your best bet to find something was to head to the nearest comic convention in the days when they weren’t worldwide phenomena attracting tens of thousands of people. Thankfully, the impossible task these days is actually avoiding something Star Wars related in your day to day life. What a time to be alive, eh?!

Purveyors of all things, well, awesome, the good folks over at The Awesomer have recently started offering these fantastic pieces of officially licensed Star Wars jewelry. Should you need to show off your galactic allegiance for the Empire or Rebellion, they have the a few options for you. Whether you’re sporting a Sith Lord pendant or protocol droid studs, each is made from stainless steel which, unlike a lot of other pop culture baubles out there, keeps these relatively affordable (from $30 for the Threepio earrings to $65 for the blaster pendant).

The nine King Ice designs in the gallery below are available to order directly from The Awesomer site while a few more options (including a bad-ass Threepio dog tag) are available on the King Ice site directlySWJ0010092316

What’s your favorite Star Wars bling design? What characters would you like to see immortalized in jewelry form? Is using the word “bling” a totally lame thing to do? Yes. Of course it is. Let’s discuss just how lame in the comments below!

Images: The Awesomer / King Ice

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