RockLove To Start Releasing Star Wars Kyber Crystal Necklaces

Kyber Crystals are the heart of a lightsaber and where each weapon gets it’s color.  Now RockLove is releasing a series of “Kyber Crystal” necklaces representing various Jedi / Sith from Star Wars.  Of course they have to start off with the most famous and beloved Jedi and Sith in the Star Wars fandom, Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader.

The first two Legacy Kyber Crystal pieces will launch on July 13th at 9 AM PST on the RockLove website.

These two pieces were designed by CEO Allison Cimino. She took a bit longer to get these pieces done, but she wanted to make sure she got it right.

Here’s what she said:

To capture the shape and signature hues of attuned kyber crystals, RockLove partnered with the finest crystal manufacturer in the world to create the signature crystal elements. They are exclusively produced for this Star Wars X RockLove series and required a meeting of many creative minds, with additional layers of proposal, approval, sampling, and review.

The hilt designs on the pieces are made to reflect the iconic lightsaber being reflected.  In this case Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader.

They will be released two by two, about every other month.

I’m going to take a stab in the dark and guess the next one is Darth Maul.

Each necklace will come in a special Collector’s box that will be custom designed for each character with a magnetic lid that converts the box into an angled display case.

No word on pricing yet.  But I love these!

If you would like to check out their other Star Wars pieces you can do so HERE (I’m loving the AT-AT, Ewok and Jawa necklaces) Disney pieces HERE or Marvel HERE.

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You can read more on their Blog or at StarWars.com


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