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Celebrate The Return Of The Mandalorian With New Mando-Inspired Jewellery

With the return of The Mandalorian on Disney+ this week, RockLove Jewelry announces its latest pieces inspired by the award-winning show, including a new sterling silver The Child (Baby Yoda) necklace. Launching in tandem with #MandoMondays, the collection will be followed by two as-yet announced pieces launching on November 9.

Star Wars™ | RockLove The Child Hover Pram Limited Edition Necklace - $195.00
Limited Edition of 1,000 units, each piece is engraved with a unique series number. Arrives in an exclusive Star Wars™ | RockLove luxury suede snap pouch with contrast stitching and metallic branding.

Intricately carved solid sterling silver, a polished Pod hinges open with two magnetic doors to reveal The Child within! The Child is lovingly sculpted in life-like detail, eyes closed and hand outstretched while using the Force. Antiqued to emphasize the incredible detail, the three-dimensional pendant hangs from a heavy adjustable 24-inch sterling silver curb chain.

Star Wars™ | RockLove Mandalorian Beskar Necklace - $85.00
Every handcrafted necklace is truly one-of-a-kind! Made by layering and twisting steel, each pattern is different! Beskar, also known as Mandalorian steel, is one of the toughest and most legendary metals in the Star Wars galaxy; Damascus steel is one of the toughest and most legendary metals in our own. Using two kinds of stainless steel – 304 stainless steel and 316 stainless steel – the two metals are layered and then twisted to create a unique undulating pattern. This pattern is then enhanced by chemical etching, which reacts with only one of the two grades of steel to give the metal its signature two-tone finish.

Each ingot is stamped with the Imperial crest icon, like that seen in the hit Star Wars™ series The Mandalorian. Engraved on the side of the pendant, the Mandalorian creed ‘This is The Way.’ The weighty rectangular pendant hangs from a matching 24-inch steel curb chain.

Inspired by actual props seen in the Star Wars™ series The Mandalorian.

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