If you’re getting engaged and you and your fiancé-to-be have a shared affection for all things Star Wars, you’ll be pleased to know that a surprising number of wedding jewelry designers are creating engagement ring and wedding band styles with your Star Warsian tastes in mind. For some designers, the connection is inadvertent (yet no less apropos), favoring rough stones that could hail from some extra-planetary floor, materials that careen through space or fossilized inlay (fossils as in dinosaurs, yes). Others have taken a range of inspiration points—droid hardware, R2’s cobalt blue panels, Princess Leia’s iconic side buns, famous battle scenes, memorable quotes—and fashioned them into geek chic metal monuments to both the movie and your love. Diamonds and sapphires abound, as do the options for men. May the force be with you as you shop!
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A boulder-sized smoky quartz is the centerpiece of this 18k yellow and white gold design. From $3,150, Yael Sonia.Continue to 3 of 13 below.
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Luxe, with genuine meteorite inlay
Astral debris takes a sophisticated turn: Meterorite Knife Edge Band in sterling silver, $795, David Yurman.Continue to 4 of 13 below.
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Shades of R2D2
A dazzling take on the beloved droid in robust white gold with a round diamond and sapphire baguettes. From $2,950, Paul Michael Design. Available at Custom Made.Continue to 5 of 13 below.
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Vaguely Darth Vader
Inspired by an antique design, this dark beauty features a diamond set in 14k gold and sculpted onyx, a millenias-old stone with extraordinary strength and durability (though possibly not as durable as the famous villain's helmet). $2,000, Erica Weiner.Continue to 6 of 13 below.
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Shades of Princess Leia
A hair-raising option in oxidized sterling silver with a garnet center stone, inspired by her worship. From $295, Jasmeen Kaur.Continue to 7 of 13 below.
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Paging Han & Leia circa 1980
A heart-melting set in hand-stamped silver that borrows from a famous exchange between Han and Leia in The Empire Strikes Back. $90, GeekandGamer.Continue to 8 of 13 below.
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Jurassic Meets Jedi
No joke—the "stone" in this engagement ring is actually dinosaur bone. The design is made of palladium and comes with a matching wedding band. $2,699, Jewelry by Johan.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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Shades of R2D2, Episode II
A strong marriage calls for hefty hardware—and a design as complex and clever as little R2 himself. Made of hypoallergenic grey gold, this engagement ring features sapphires and ideal-cut diamond accents. $8,409, DeMer Jewelry.Continue to 10 of 13 below.
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Battle of Hoth in Tungsten
Two nerd-friendly features: The band is made of tungsten (harder than steel, and the highest melting point of any pure metal—can you say Millennium Falcon?) and displays Battle of Hoth-inspired artwork (see the Imperial AT-AT Walkers?). From $220, Rings Paradise.Continue to 11 of 13 below.
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Inspired by Lightsaber Engineering
A subtle nod to lightsaber design and mechanics in sterling silver. $324.99, Rocky My World.Continue to 12 of 13 below.
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Shades of R2D2, Episode III
One last homage to R2D2, a Star Wars-inflected take on the ever-popular halo setting in brushed 14k white gold, with diamonds (the baguettes are so sharp and icy!) and sapphires. From $2,995,Paul Michael Design.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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