Game of Thrones featured a clash of kings and queens fighting to have their crown recognized as the only one with power. Considering how many monarchs suffered horrible deaths on the series, that didn’t really work out for most of them. Fortunately you don’t have to worry about war, wargs, White Walkers, or Walder Frey if you want to wear a beautiful piece of jewelry that shows your devotion to the Seven Kingdoms. Nerdist can exclusively share with you that Pandora is launching a global Game of Thrones line. And we also have your first-look at three Targaryen-inspired pieces from the collection.
Pandora has partnered with Warner Bros. Discovery Global Consumer Products for a set that customers have been clamoring for like a wight locked in a box. The Game of Thrones x Pandora collection will celebrate the world of ice and fire with 12 distinct, officially-licensed pieces. The collection will go on sale both in store and online starting September 28th. (Pandora Club members will get early access.)
You don’t have to wait that long to get a sneak peek at what’s coming. In addition to the collection’s announcement, Nerdist also has your first look at the three pieces. They’ll make dragon lovers especially happy. Here they are along with Pandora’s official descriptions and prices:
Dragon Egg Charm (€49/£45/$60)
Crafted from sterling silver with a textured scale effect and a crack studded with sparkling cubic zirconia, the Dragon Egg Charm represents the beginning of the dragon story that runs through the narrative of the series.
House of the Dragon Crown Ring (€79/£70/$95)
The ultimate symbol of power and strength, the Targaryen Crown of the House of Targaryen has been reimagined as a 14k gold-plated ring, embellished with the iconic house insignia at its centre and geometric detail throughout.
Curved Dragon Stud Earrings (€59/£55/$70)
Intricately crafted, the Dragon Earrings curl around the earlobe in striking sterling silver and can be worn as one or stacked with both on one ear.
It will be nice to honor House Targaryen with beautiful ornaments rather than fire and blood. It’ll also be nice to wear Seven Kingdoms-related jewelry without worrying about enemies. (Or needing Lannister levels of gold to acquire them.)
This collection is not about power and who rules Westeros. It’s about letting everyone honor the Realm while looking good.