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This Is The Way: Kay Jewelers Debuts Mandalorian Collection


Kay Jewelers’ first diamond-studded Baby Yoda pendant was a welcome bit of galactic escapism during the thick of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic last year.

Now the retailer is revisiting the sweet-and-squat sci-fi character as part of an entire collection celebrating Star Wars Mandalorian franchise. This week, Kay released an assortment of limited-edition Mandalorian-themed jewelry featuring sterling silver with diamond pavé, 10k yellow gold, and a single beautiful green tourmaline.

At the heart of the six-piece collection are representations of the Mandalorian, the bounty hunter with a heart of gold! Two of the six designs riff on the Mandalorian visor: a subtle silver ring with black diamonds (see below) and a necklace anchored by the bounty hunter’s entire helmet, studded with white diamonds.

There’s also a shapely 10k yellow gold and sterling silver Ahsoka (an homage to Jedi padawan Ahsoka Tano), and a necklace that depicts Baby Yoda, with a vivid green tourmaline for a face, riding in his egg-shaped hovering bassinet.

The collection pieces comes packaged in fantastical Star Wars–branded black boxes that, when opened, emit bands of lightsaber-esque light. Prices range from $300 to $400; the collection is currently available on



Kay Ahsoka Pendant $349.99
Star Wars Ahsoka Tano sterling silver necklace with 0.1 ct. t.w. diamonds and 10k yellow gold accents, $350
Kay Ahsoka Ring $349.99
Star Wars Ahsoka Tano sterling silver ring with 0.1 ct. t.w. diamonds and 10k yellow gold, $350
Kay Baby Yoda Pendant $399.99
Star Wars Grogu sterling silver necklace with green tourmaline, 0.1 ct. t.w. diamonds, $400
Kay Mandalorian Ring $349.99
Star Wars The Mandalorian sterling silver ring with 0.2 ct. t.w. black diamonds, $350

Top: Star Wars The Mandalorian sterling silver necklace with 0.1 ct. t.w. diamonds, $380 (all photos courtesy of Kay Jewelers)

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By: Emili Vesilind

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