The Mandalorian has partnered with Kay Jewelers to bring fans six limited edition pieces inspired by Star Wars‘ first live-action series. Each piece focuses on the titular Mandalorian and The Child/Grogu, both becoming studded with 1/5 to 1/10 carat diamonds. The collection also includes Ahsoka Tano as a Necklace lined with sterling silver and 10K gold.
Fans of the Mandalorian/Din Djarin can carry him through a necklace or a ring. The official diamond necklace is modeled directly from his Beskar helmet, with the iconic T-visor lining the front. The helmet’s base and cheeks are encrusted with round-cut diamonds. This is all melded together with sterling silver and held by a one-size-fits-all chain. The collection also features two sizes of rings which are designed from Din Djarin’s helmet. Its black diamond version can fit fingers from 6.0 to 8.0 measurements and lines the visor with rhodium. An larger ring for sizes 9.0 to 11.0 is also available, with lighter diamonds encrusted across the black visor.
The Mandalorian scene stealer and Force sensitive Baby Yoda/Grogu comes as a silver pendant. It also comes with a flashy green tourmaline to bring out the character’s unique species. His robe is also made of 10K gold, nestled within a silver crib. Grogu’s floating cradle from the series is encrusted with more tourmaline and 1/10 carat diamonds.
Fans could be just as surprised as they were seeing Rosario Dawson bring Ahsoka Tano to life in The Jedi. She also comes included in the collection as a pendant, which is shaped from her Togruta head tails. This is mostly made out of silver, while her crown is composed of 10K gold. Diamonds are detailed for the blue stripes across Ahsoka’s tails. Like the Mandalorian’s necklace, Ahsoka’s uses a one size fits all chain. Unfortunately, her ring only comes at sizes 6.0 to 8.0. Its details are based on Ahsoka’s crown, with a silver body and gold studs. The bottom is encrusted with diamonds and a larger one sits at the base.
All of The Mandalorian pieces come with a special packaging, certificate of authenticity and a formal note from Kay Jewelers. A trailer for a previous release showed off its light-up clamshell box to help illuminate the diamonds. Each item can be ordered online according to their MSRP, with delivery going up to four business days.
In 2015, Kay previously collaborated with Star Wars to create an 18-Karat gold BB-8. To promote The Force Awakens, the $137,000 droid was auctioned off with proceeds going to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The two brands would later partner again in 2017 to create a replica of Jyn Erso’s kyber crystal necklace as seen in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.