Jewelry

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They may kill you dead in the movie, but you won’t mind wearing this beautiful version of an Alien facehugger. It was made by deviantArtist fairyfrog from sterling silver with an amber centerpiece and measures 6″ long. She made it as a showpiece without any thought to the cost, but if you’re interested in purchasing it, she notes that it will cost around $1300.

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TMNT plastic rings

You don’t to be a teenage, a mutant, a ninja, or a turtle to wear these kitschy TMNT rings by Etsy seller Pinderella Plugs. The adjustable rings are silver plated, and the turtles are cast from resin. They’re colorful, and the style has a very ’80s vibe. I love it.

Product Page ($3.29/each via Geeky Merch)

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Big statement necklaces never go out of style, and they’re more fashionable when they feature characters from pop culture. I mean, who doesn’t want to wear a giant Jabba around their neck? Etsy seller Red Dingo Designs made the stunning Star Wars necklace painted above. It’s hand-sculpted, hand-painted – you get the idea.

Besides the fabulous Jabba necklace, she also has specimens from Jaws, Pan’s Labyrinth, and Pokémon. I’m squee’ing.

See more of Red Dingo Designs’ awesome creations after the break.

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This year marks the 75th anniversary of the creation of Batman. The Dark Knight is a beloved comic book character, and Guild Jewellery Design has made a gorgeous Bat-symbol necklace for the occasion. Batman’s face is carved into the center of the sterling silver symbol, and it hangs on a sterling silver chain. The necklaces are limited to 75 pieces worldwide and will be available at Oz Comic-Con in Australia and other locations to be determined.

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boo necklace

Boo is a spooky character in the Super Mario Bros. series, but this shiny pendant from Paul Michael Design makes him classy (spookassy?). The Boo necklace is made to order from sterling silver or silver with a rose gold tongue or even in 14 karat white and rose gold. The last option would make him the fanciest ghost around. Turnaround time for the Boo necklace is 3-4 weeks.

Product Page ($199)

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Booker DeWitt acquires Vigors throughout BioShock Infinite, and they grant him special abilities. You can use them to levitate enemies (Bucking Bronco) or sic a murder of crows at a foe (Murder of Crows). Etsy seller Mojave Outpost captured the Vigors into little bottles and turned them into wearable pendants. You can choose which Vigor you like the best, and it will arrive at your doorstep on an 18″ chain.

Be careful with which one you choose; they have side effects.

More photos of the shiny baubles after the break.

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If I had to name two symbols that make me think of Harry Potter, they would be the Deathly Hallows symbol and the Boy Who Lived’s lightning shaped scar. This sterling silver ring by Etsy seller Think Up Jewel has both of those elements along with Harry’s spectacles. It’s perfect.

The Deathly Hallows ring is made to order, and turnaround time is 6-8 business days.

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Arya Stark first learns the phrase “Valar morghulis” from Jaqen H’ghar. It’s High Valyrian and means “All men must die.” The saying is all too appropriate for Game of Thrones since characters drop like flies.

This ring from Silver Lab Creations spells out the famous saying with the word “Valar” on the front of the ring and “morghulis” on the back. It’s made to order so you can input your size and whether you want a sterling silver or gold finish. Turnaround time is 1-2 weeks.

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Ever want to escape and hide in a hobbit hole? Me too. While I haven’t figured out how to construct a portable hobbit hole just yet, this Bag End necklace is a fine start to transporting to the Shire. The antiqued bronze design by Nedda Szylewicz is hand-painted to look like the front door of the Baggins’ home. It’s a locket so you can keep small photos or notes secret and safe.

Check out more photos of the lovely locket after the break.

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It’s hard to hide one of those little square engagement ring boxes, so Andrew Zo has designed a case that holds a ring and is no thicker than your average wallet. It’s just 1 cm thick and holds the ring flat inside until it’s opened, unfolding like origami to present the ring on a little stand at just the right moment. They’re currently swamped with orders, but you can sign up for their mailing list and be notified when the case is back in stock.

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