RockLove Jewelry announces new officially licensed Women of Star Trek collection – Daily Star Trek News

APRIL 29, 2021 – Just in time for Mother’s Day, RockLove Jewelry has announced a new themed jewelry collection paying homage to the women of Star Trek.

Following on from previous jewelry collections that included delta-shaped rings, necklaces with Vulcan calligraphy, and even a true-to-screen replica of Dahj and Soji’s necklaces from Star Trek: Picard, the new collection focuses on three models of earrings inspired by Star Trekis Uhura, Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Guinan, and Kira Nerys, from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

First up, we have Uhura’s spiral earrings in gold-plated sterling silver, with long, symmetrical coils secured with lever-type earwires. Guinan’s turquoise earrings are also pendants, with large hammered silver discs behind triplets of yellow gold tubes and strands of turquoise nuggets. Kira’s earring is one you are familiar with, not a pair, but a single stud and cuff, connected by a chain, a true-to-screen replica of the Major’s Bajoran earring.

RockLove CEO and Designer Allison Cimino said of the pieces: “Star TrekThe female figures of this character represented positions of military and academic power; inspire young girls across generations to pursue science, math, computing and space exploration. Women were represented as ambassadors and equals, with chief officers relying regularly on their wise advice and perspectives. Although there are many more strong women Star Trek, I had to start this collection somewhere, and what could be better than reproducing three iconic earrings of three female characters who have taken us all beyond the stars!

The three styles of the new RockLove Women of Star Trek The collections are available for purchase now on the RockLove website. Check out them, along with their other officially licensed parts from fandoms like Marvel and DC, Pokemon and Star wars, at

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