Five luxury Star Wars collectibles to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the sci-fi franchise
Rejoice, Star Wars fans! If plastic lightsabers or stormtrooper helmets no longer cut it, look no further – our round-up of the most luxurious Star Wars memorabilia money can buy is the only list you need to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the sci-fi franchise.
24ct gold Darth Vader mask, HK$10.9 million
Crafted by Japanese jeweller Tanaka Kikinzoku, the Darth Vader mask is rendered in solid 24ct gold. The mask weighs about 15kg and will be available at Ginza Tanaka boutique in Japan.
A hidden Lab. x Star Wars sculptures, HK$6,980 to HK$9,360
Hong Kong-based creative house A hidden Lab. launched fibreglass busts of Darth Vader, Boba Fett and Stormtroopers. The limited-edition statues are available on request and production takes approximately six months.
S.T. Dupont Star Wars X-Wing Limited-Edition Fountain Pen, HK$16,200
The TIE Fighter writing instrument, rendered in cool matte black, is hand-guilloched with patterns representing the front view of the cockpit of the Star Wars ship.
Memorigin, Captain Phasma Tourbillon, HK$43,070
Designed by Hong Kong watchmaker Memorigin and musician Mark Lui – who’s also a Star Wars lover, the watch features a flying tourbillon and has 12 black diamond indexes on the dial. Only 200 pieces will be made.
Mercedes-Benz Star Wars-themed CLA 180, about HK$351,000
Mercedes-Benz Japan celebrated the 40th anniversary of Star Wars with a limited edition of its CLA 180 model. The 120-car series features 60 Calcite White wagons to commemorate the stormtrooper and 60 in Night Black to honour Darth Vader. The customisation doesn’t just stop on the exterior. The welcome lights display the Star Wars logo while the menu display features characters including Han Solo and Luke Skywalker.
Fans can choose from a Darth Vader mask, Star Wars sculptures, fountain pen, tourbillon watch and even a Mercedes car