Geek Bling Reaches New Heights with ‘Oh My Geekness’ collection

By on May 4, 2013

Precious gems might be flashy and pricey, but any true geek knows that there’s nothing more valuable than a Corellian smuggler frozen in carbonite. And now thanks to Jess Firsoff’s “Oh My Geekness” collection, you can wear one around your neck!

Available for purchase at Etsy, the assortment includes a variety of video game- and movie-inspired jewelry, offering stylish accessories based on Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Star Wars, Back to the Future and more. With rings, necklaces, earrings, and even cuff links accounted for, just about every human appendage can now be transformed into a showcase of geek pride. Check out some of my favorites below; be sure to click the above link to browse through the entire “Oh My Geekness” selection.

The Legend of Zelda Heart Container Earrings

Nothing says “I love you” quite like a pair of hard-earned heart containers!

Oh My Geekness Collection: Legend of Zelda Heart Earrings

Flux Capacitor Cuff links

Not only do they make time travel possible, but they also hold your sleeves together!

Oh My Geekness Flux Capacitor Cufflinks

Super Mario Mushroom Necklace

Warning: Ingesting this will not grant you an extra life.

Oh My Geekness auper Mario Mushroom

Triforce Rings

Who needs diamonds when you can have the legendary sacred relic of Hyrule?!

Legend of Zelda Triforce Rings

Millennium Falcon Earrings

Now your ears will be able to make the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs!

Star Wars Millennium Falcon Earrings

The Legend of Zelda Cartridge Ring

The only kind of gold that matters.

The Legend of Zelda Cartridge Ring

Han Solo Frozen in Carbonite Necklace

There’s nothing sexier than wearing the galaxy’s most sought-after smuggler around your neck, and you’re guaranteed to become the envy of all your bounty hunter friends!

Han Solo Frozen in Carbonite Necklace

About Steven Cohen

In addition to writing for The CheckOut, I'm a Blu-ray reviewer for High-Def Digest, a short filmmaker, and a proud purveyor of rambling words. My experimental short film, Broken Records, premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival and is now viewable online.

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