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Etsy seller MermaidSaysJulia has made these fantastic Star Wars bracelets out of Lego bricks. There is R2-D2 or C-3PO with all the bits set into bezels and bracelet links. The best part is that their little droid heads even swivel! You can order them individually or save a few dollars and order them as a set. She also has a set of matching C-3PO earrings.

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If your jewelry box is lacking Star Wars options, this six pack of earrings will remedy that problem. This set contains studs featuring Darth Vader, R2-D2, C-3PO, stormtroopers, Boba Fett, and the iconic logo. Different Star Wars earrings for six days of the week – we live in a beautiful galaxy.

Product Page ($19.99 via Geek Alerts)

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We’ve previously featured adorable Luna and Artemis earrings from Nerdy But Still Girly’s etsy shop, and now there are even more wonderful styles to decorate your lobes. All of them feature a front stud that is the character’s face with a back that looks like the bodies. You can get Watson and Sherlock, Groot, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and even more to show off your devotion to your favorite fandom.

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This precious handmade earring set features Luna and Artemis from Sailor Moon. They’re made of plastic with a stud in the front that’s the face and the body on the back to make it look like they’re jumping right through your ears.

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No matter how you look at the Schrödinger’s Cat experiment, these earrings have got you covered. One is happily alive while the other is very much dead, dead, dead. Just be prepared to explain to everyone why your mismatched earrings both match and don’t match.

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Harley meets Batman for this fun pair of earrings from Hot Topic. The harlequin diamonds on the bat logo really do kind of work. I wonder what Mistah J would have to say about that?

Product Page ($5.20)

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These stunning designs are the work of professional jeweler DansMagic based out of Washington. There’s an incredible selection covering just about every fandom with Ent and Mjollnir pendants, Koopa Shell and Transfomers rings, and more. From the product page:

My work is handmade using the lost wax method. I do all my own wax carving, casting, machining, and gem setting. I don’t send my work out, I don’t plate my work, and I take care to finish every piece just as beautifully as the master.

He’s also available for custom pieces and will work with you to come up with the perfect design.

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Want to get all wrapped up in tentacles? Stop your search here. DeviantArt user KTOctopus whips up fantastical and eye-catching jewelry sets full of octopus goodness. She uses a variety of polymer clay colors to craft the necklaces, bracelets, and earrings, and seals them so they’ll last for a while – that doesn’t mean you should take them under the sea though.

She’s created several tentacle jewelry sets, and the most amazing pieces are the necklaces. Just look at how gigantic and awesome they are! It’s a statement piece you could pair with a simple dress or incorporate into cosplay. I’m drooling.

More examples of the striking pieces after the break.

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Just because we have to wait for the next season of Sherlock doesn’t mean that we can’t gaze longingly at Benedict Cumberbatch. All you need are these earrings with his smiling face. Of course, you’ll have to stare into the mirror to see them, but it’ll be like he’s right there with you!

Product Page ($9 via BuzzFeed)

gaming dice jewelry

Marlena over at Mage Studio has an eye for dice and design. Not only are her jewelry and accessory designs using gaming dice innovative, but the dice she finds are beautiful.

She makes earrings, necklaces, tie pins, keychains, garters and more using dice and other interesting bits and bobs you wouldn’t usually see on jewelry.

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