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Star Wars Engagement Rings: May the Force be with Your Marriage

by Hazel Chua

This isn’t the first time we’ve see geek-themed engagement rings, and I’m fairly certain this won’t be the last either.

You might have heard all about Star Wars creator George Lucas’ engagement with his longtime girlfriend earlier this month. If you’ve been mulling about popping the big question yourself, then here’s one fun engagement ring option you can look into: this his and hers Star Wars ring set.

Star Wars EngagementThe rings are made and designed by Chelsea Swank. Aside from sterling silver, you can have the rings made from gold, platinum, and white gold, like the Death Star rings we showed you last week. You can also choose to have the rings adorned with a stone, like the ones you see above, or forego it if you prefer a simpler look.

Even if you’re not planning on getting married anytime soon, then you can use these as promise rings or as boyfriend-and-girlfriend rings even. Because yes, they’re too awesome to miss out, and they might no longer be in stock by the time you actually want to get hitched.

Star Wars Ring

The following symbols are currently available for use on rings: the Jedi Symbol, Death Star, Rebel Alliance, Imperial Cog, and the Boba Fett Chest Symbol. If you have one in mind that’s not on the list, then you can hit Chelsea up with a message and who knows? She might just design your preferred symbol into a ring. Aside from that, you can also make a request to have the rings engraved with a special message.

The Star Wars rings in sterling silver go for $325(USD), the gold ones are priced at $1,050, the white gold ones retail for $1,250, and the platinum rings cost $3,000. Gemstones will set you back another $75 each – a bargain compared to building an actual Death Star.

[via Mashable]

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