Star Trek X RockLove Klingon Earrings
Star Trek X RockLove Klingon Earrings
Star Trek X RockLove Klingon Earrings
Star Trek X RockLove Klingon Earrings
Star Trek X RockLove Klingon Earrings
Star Trek X RockLove Klingon Earrings
Star Trek X RockLove Klingon Earrings

Star Trek X RockLove Klingon Earrings

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Sculpted in solid sterling silver, the Klingon Earrings are plated in contrasting black rhodium and hand-painted yellow gold, accented by smooth red nano crystal cabochons. Inspired by the ornate scale-like textures and regal color scheme of Klingon armor in Star Trek: Discovery. The earrings’ prominent center ridge is an homage to Lieutenant Commander Worf, Son of Mogh, of the House of Martok. Soldered French ear wire.

Product Features

  • Metal: Black rhodium and yellow gold plated silver
  • Weight: 4 grams per earring
  • Dimensions: 48mm x 17 mm (including ear wires)

RockLove's Commitment to Sustainability

Nano Crystals are a new ethical and sustainable evolution of lab-created crystal, made specifically for jewelry. The material was originally developed by Formica LLC in the ‘70’s, revolutionizing the cooking industry – it was incredibly durable and heat resistant, with negative thermal expansion. The same technology has been further refined to create nanogems, which are stronger and have a more vivid depth of color than normal crystal and cubic zirconia.

The Star Trek X RockLove Boutique Box

Every Star Trek X RockLove piece arrives in a signature Star Trek X RockLove Jewelry Box, black and silver metallic with vibrant blue galaxy print inside.

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Star Trek X RockLove (role)model:

Blair Imani is a critically-acclaimed historian, outspoken advocate and activist, and dynamic public speaker. The author of two historical books: Modern HERstory: Stories of Women and Nonbinary People Rewriting History (2018) and Making Our Way Home: The Great Migration and The Black American Dream (2020), she centers women and girls, global Black communities, and the LGBTQ community.