RockLove ‘Star Wars’ Jewelry Collection Debuting at San Diego Comic-Con 2023

RockLove, an independent, women-owned, small business that specializes in handcrafted licensed jewelry, is heading back to San Diego Comic-Con.

You can find them in their usual spot in the Lucasfilm Pavilion, at Booth #2913-P, where they’ll be wearing “matching coveralls” as their Mechanic Shop is ready to service your lightsaber needs.

This year, they’re launching a new collection of Star Wars x RockLove pieces, with 17 new pieces debuting both at the show and online on RockLove.com. Attendees at the show will also get two show-only specials, with two tiers of mystery jewels valued up to $195 hidden in blind gift pouches. There will be two tiers:

Padawan Tier: For orders totaling $150-$249, blind pouches include Star Wars X RockLove jewels valued up to $99

Master Tier: For orders totaling $250+, blind pouches include Star Wars X RockLove jewels valued up to $195

Up first, their new Star Wars x RockLove x Crystal Lightsaber Collection features rings ($75), necklaces ($99), and earrings ($115). This collection incorporates Austrian crystals (like the Austrian crystals in the Kyber Crystal collection). The collection is handcrafted in sterling silver and enhanced by polished black rhodium, and 14k yellow or rose gold plated accents.

This first wave includes:

Star Wars X RockLove Darksaber Crystal Lightsabers

Star Wars X RockLove Leia Organa Crystal Lightsabers

Star Wars X RockLove Ahsoka Tano Crystal Lightsabers

Star Wars X RockLove Rey Crystal Lightsabers

Star Wars X RockLove Kylo Ren Crystal Lightsabers

In addition, they have several new droid necklaces, handcrafted in antiqued sterling silver, with intricate details.

Star Wars X RockLove R2-D2 Droid Necklace – $135

This necklace features three points of articulation and hand-painted blue enamel details with black and red cubic zirconia crystals.

Star Wars X RockLove BB-8 Droid Necklace – $135

This necklace features a spinning head and body, both rotating individually on the center axis. A black cubic zirconia crystal is set into the droid’s primary photoreceptor.

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