19 Eye-Catching Jewelry Pieces Inspired By Your Favorite Movies

Posted by Puzzle Ring Emporium on 8/11/2015

Everyone loves the movies! It’s no surprise then, that over the years dozens of dazzling jewelry designs have been inspired by the movies. From Harry Potter and The Great Gatsby to Hunger Games and Star Wars, you’ll be fascinated by the menagerie of creative pieces. Enjoy!

1. Lord of the Rings – The One Ring Earrings

Have you ever noticed that all of the ring bearers in Lord of the Rings are guys? We have and we think it is high time to share the love with the ladies. So, here you go ladies, it’s your turn to have the awesome responsibility of bearing the ring. Source

2. Divergent – Birds Necklace

Just like Tris Prior's tattoo this asymmetrical necklace has been created for the three ravens to rest along your left collarbone marking the path of their flight -- toward your heart. Source

3. Charlotte’s Web – Some Pig Pendant

“Some Pig, just as clear as can be. There can be no mistake about it. A miracle has happened and a sign has occurred here on earth, right on our farm, and we have no ordinary pig.” Source

4. Frozen – Olaf Earrings

There are dozens of Frozen-inspired jewelry pieces out there, but we couldn’t resist highlighting these cute Olaf earrings. “How about yellow? No, not yellow. Yellow and snow? Brrr.... No go!” Source

5. Star Wars – Yoda Charm

“Judge me by my size, do you?” Yoda’s got more Force per square inch in that little body than Tatooine has grains of sand. Everybody loves Yoda and in this tiny version his power is even more compact. Source

6. Transformer: Dark of the Moon – Autobot Cufflinks

Mission Control: “We are not alone after all, are we?” The very fate of humanity is at stake! Thank goodness for the good Autobots to battle those villainous Decepticons! Source

7. The Great Gatsby – West Egg/East Egg Necklace

“A pair of enormous eggs, identical in contour and separated only by a bay.” West Egg and East Egg may have been fictional cities, but to Great Gatsby fans they are as real as this beautiful pair of necklaces. Source

8. The Maze Runner – Charm Bracelet

It pretty-much goes without saying that when your memory is erased, so is your sense of identity. That dark feeling of utter hopelessness is brightened by this great bracelet inspired by The Maze Runner. Source

9. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – Green Door Locket

The most famous hobbit hole is, of course, Bag End – the home of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins – and its round, green door with a brass knob. “It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to.” Source

10. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – Ring

This incredible hand-crafted ‘wardrobe' ring opens to reveal hand painted enamel scenes of Narnia. On the top of the wardrobe are a gun case, a hat box and a suitcase that opens to reveal a minutely detailed spider. Wow! Source

11. Hunger Games – Nightlock Berries Necklace

"Not these, Katniss. Never these. They're nightlock. You'll be dead before they reach your stomach." No, there’s really no such things as nightlock berries, but that doesn’t diminish the “coolness” of this necklace! Source

12. Harry Potter - Hermione's Time Turner Necklace

"I mark the hours, every one, Nor have I yet outrun the Sun. My use and value, unto you, Are gauged by what you have to do." Wish you can turn back time like Hermione? Well, at least you can wear her Time Turner necklace. Source

13. Wizard of Oz – Emerald City Ring

This amazing opening ring was inspired by the Emerald City; the capital city of the Land of Oz. The sides open, revealing the yellow brick road and beautifully detailed hand-enameled panels showing the friends and the city. Source

14. The Secret Garden – Key and Rose Necklace

"Where you tend a rose, my lad, A thistle cannot grow.” Secret Garden fans will readily understand the significance and symbolism of the key and the rose, both presented beautifully with this charm necklace. Source

15. Jane Eyre – Birdcage Charm Necklace

The birdcage represents that which is preventing Jane Eyre to “spread her wings and fly”, and become the person she would like to be. This necklace shows the birdcage door open! “I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am a free human being with an independent will.” Source

16. Game Of Thrones – His and Hers Khal & Khaleesi Necklaces

Technically Game of Thrones is a TV program, not a movie, but close enough! Game of Throne fans are very familiar with Khal & Khaleesi and know that she was the moon of his life; and he was her sun and stars. A tragic tale of undying love. Source

17. Alice in Wonderland – Tea Cup and Saucer Ring

The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is an iconic scene in Alice in Wonderland. The Mad Hatter’s answerless riddles and language games reaffirm Wonderland’s unusual sense of order. “Yes, that's it! Said the Hatter with a sigh, it's always tea time.” Source

18. Animal Farm – Animals Necklace

A George Orwell classic novel and so-so 1999 movie. But what a great necklace in 14K gold no less! “Four legs good, two legs better! All Animals Are Equal. But Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others.” Source

19. The Puzzle Ring – Puzzle Ring

“The Puzzle Ring” by Kate Forsyth is a novel not a movie, but this list just wouldn’t be complete without a puzzle ring! It is the story of a girl who discovers that her family was cursed long ago and the only way to break the curse is to find and fix a broken puzzle ring. Source

Do you have a favorite piece of jewelry inspired by a movie or book? Share it with us in the comments below.