Celebrate Star Wars Day with these Star Wars x Pandora jewelry pieces

Pandora’s Star Wars collection includes an adorable Baby Yoda charm

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We’re just a few days away from Star Wars Day, and if you’re planning to show off your love for the sci-fi franchise this coming May 4th, you can easily do so by accessorizing your look with some of the beautiful Star Wars jewelry pieces from Pandora.

The Star Wars x Pandora collection is comprised of various charms and bracelets inspired by fan-favorite characters and weapons from the George Lucas-created property. All jewelry pieces in the lineup are stylish and intricately designed, but below are three of the best-selling items from the collection.

Pandora Moments Star Wars Snake Chain Clasp Bracelet, $90

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Available in three different sizes, this chic snake chain bracelet is hand-finished in sterling silver and has a barrel-shaped clasp featuring the iconic Star Wars logo on both sides.


Star Wars Grogu Charm, $55

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Inspired by the breakout character of Disney+’s The Mandalorian, this 0.5-inch charm accurately depicts Grogu, aka Baby Yoda, with his signature features, including his enlarged head with black eyes, large ears, small body, and cloak. Hand-finished in sterling silver with hand-applied black enamel, this cute trinket serves as a perfect reminder of everyone’s inner child and intuitive wisdom.


Star Wars Shining 3D Logo Charm, $75

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Hand-finished in Pandora Shine (18k gold-plated unique metal blend), this piece of bling features hand-applied black enamel details to highlight each letter in the unmistakable Star Wars logo. There are also cut-out stars on the sides of the charm, which make it look more adorable and snazzier.


The first Star Wars Day celebration happened on May 4th, 2011. The date was chosen for the pun on the catchphrase “May the Force be with you” as “May the Fourth be with you.” Observance of the commemorative day spread quickly through media and grassroots celebrations until Lucasfilm and its parent company Disney embraced it as an annual and official celebration of Star Wars.