Review – Vintage 1977 set of rings

Impressed with the detail of the Weingeroff Ent. vintage necklaces from 1977, I am keen to collect more from their range. I recently picked up a boxed set of rings, featuring Darth Vader, C-3PO and R2-D2. The rings came in a jewelry box, complete with satin lid lining featuring the…

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Review – necklaces by Adam Joseph

For each of the original trilogy films, a different company held the license for jewelry in the United States. For Return of the Jedi, it was Adam Joseph Industries Inc. (San Francisco, California). So far I have three of their necklaces – ROTJ logo, MTFBWY and X-Wing Fighter Pilot. These…

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Review – Wallace Berrie Star Wars rings

For Empire Strikes Back, the Star Wars jewelry license was held by Wallace Berrie. Their line included pendants, pins, and a set of six adjustable rings which I have recently been able to add to my own collection. Each ring is gold in color, with an adjustable band. The packaging…

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New Star Wars jewelry coming soon

Body Vibe makes jewelry collections for several pop culture licenses such as Doctor Who, DC Comics and Marvel, and has now added Star Wars to their catalogue. Coming in the new year is a great collection of necklaces, earrings and more featuring some fantastic designs. Unfortunately it looks like their…

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Review – Loungefly set of earrings

While searching for the Darth Vader coin clutch, I came across this set of stud earrings also by Loungefly on ebay. Until recently I didn’t know they made jewelry, as the brand is mostly known for handbags and wallets –  my recent Hot Topic purchases of bows and necklaces are made by Loungefly too.…

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Review – Weingeroff 1977 necklaces

My first vintage Star Wars purchase for my wardrobe was the R2-D2 and C-3PO necklaces made by Weingeroff Ent. Providence, R.I. (licensed by Factors Etc, Inc) in 1977. They are amongst the first ever Star Wars merchandise – they feature the 20th Century Fox copyright details, with no mention of Lucasfilm. They were made in…

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Thinkgeek Jedi Order Earrings

Thinkgeek has added another Star Wars jewelry item – Jedi Order Earrings. Considering my love of all things Jedi, these are a must-have for me. Priced at US$29.99, the logo measures 1″ across, bigger than the Imperial/Rebel/Naboo logo dangle earrings from Her Universe. Buy them from Thinkgeek here Photo sourced from…

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New pendants from Thinkgeek

Following on from Thinkgeek’s new charm beads, today they have released a new collection of Star Wars pendants. There are four styles available – Boba Fett, Rebel Alliance logo, TIE Advanced X1 and Stormtrooper. Prices start at US$29.99, and the pendants are made from 316L surgical stainless steel. I really like the…

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Star Wars charms at ThinkGeek

ThinkGeek does it again! Their latest Star Wars fashion release is an exclusive set of Star Wars charm beads, for Pandora-style bracelets. The collection includes four charms – Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, and two styles of R2-D2. Prices start at US$34.99, allowing customers to buy one, multiples or sets of charms,…

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New jewelry from Her Universe

Her Universe has just revealed their new Dark Side jewellery collection featuring Darth Vader. Designed by Sparkle Factory, the company behind Her Universe’s My Hero R2-D2 collection, the new collection of accessories includes earrings, necklaces, bracelet and a ring. The pieces are all dark metal, complimenting the black helmet design well – visit…

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