【Jewelry】Pandora Pandora Jewelry released Star Wars co-branded series of new products 3 new jewelry tribute to the Mandalorian

Recently, Pandora Jewelry, a leading Danish jewelry brand, released a personal way to forge a name with the Star Wars™ x Pandora (Pandora Jewelry) co-branded jewelry collection. The three new jewelry pieces pay tribute to The Mandalorian and feature a black ruthenium-plated design never seen before in Pandora's history.

Follow in the footsteps of Baby Yoda and the Mandalorian as they roam the galaxy collecting limited edition designs from the co-branded collection. Two strands and a bracelet bring together classic characters and symbols from the contemporary space epic, including Baby Yoda, the Mandalorian helmet, and the recognizable Star Wars™ logo.

The new ruthenium-plated finish is smooth and durable, adding a cool, hip look to the hand-polished accents and reflecting the deeper meaning of this intergalactic journey. "The ruthenium finish provides a dazzling contrast to the other metallic colors, giving it a neutral look," said Francesco Terzo and A. Filippo Ficarelli, Creative Directors of Pandora VP. 's central theme of the balance between darkness and light, while reflecting the idea of the many facets of humanity."

Matte black hand-applied enamel elements add contrast and dimension to the ruthenium-plated mixed metal trim, giving it a floating, intergalactic effect. The interior of the Mandalor™ helmet skewer is engraved with the inscription "This is the way", a famous line from The Mandalorian.

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About Pandora (Pandora Jewelry)

Pandora designs, manufactures and sells high-quality, handcrafted jewelry at affordable prices, and is available in over 100 countries on six continents, with over 7,000 retail locations, including more than 2,700 Pandora concept stores.

Headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, Pandora employs 26,000 people worldwide and has two LEED Gold certified factories in Thailand that use recycled silver and gold to make jewelry. Pandora is listed on the Nasdaq Copenhagen Stock Exchange and has a total turnover of DKK 19 billion (approximately €2.5 billion) in 2020.