A Pandora 'Star Wars' jewellery collection has arrived in our galaxy

The designs evoke the characters and symbols of the 'Star Wars' galaxy. Photo: Pandora

In celebration of a saga that has captured the world’s imagination, jewellery brand Pandora has released its much-anticipated Star Wars-inspired collection.

The 12-piece jewellery collection evokes the characters and symbols of the Star Wars galaxy.

“We wanted to tap into the futuristic yet vintage aesthetic of Star Wars that is well known from the original trilogy all the way to the new Disney+ series, The Mandalorian, ” says Francesco Terzo and A. Filippo Ficarelli, Pandora’s VP creative directors.

“We worked hard to transform the pieces of Star Wars into jewellery using intricate design detailing and expert craftsmanship techniques.”

Sustainably made from 71% recycled metals, the 12-piece collection includes 10 charms, a bracelet and an additional limited-edition collector’s charm.

Each piece is carefully conceptualised, expertly designed and hand-finished offering endless styling options.

“Inspired by the Star Wars galaxy, this collection includes a variety of options for fans around the world to customise their looks, ” says Paul Southern, senior vice president, licensing and franchise, Lucasfilm.

“The collection succeeds in capturing the symbols and beloved characters of Star Wars and reimagining them in jewellery form.”

The new collection is available in-store and online at Pandora.

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