STAR WARS SPECIAL EDITION STEIN

Source:
(Star Wars: Special Edition)

Year: 1998

Assortment: Collector Steins
(Avon Exclusive)

Retail: $55

Manufacturer: CUI, Inc.

Artist: Drew Struzan

Limited Edition Number: 17656 out of 3000

Accessories:

  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Comments: This Special Edition Stein is a fitting tribute to the 1997 event that changed movie making history. The stoneware body features highly detailed, sculpted images of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader in a alightsaber battle on Cloud City., The unique handle is a recreation of Luke's new ligghtsaber that he made himself and along the bottom of the stein is the famous light pattern found in the carbon-freeze chamber where Luke was to be trapped and frozen by Vader. The lid and thumblift of the stein are solid pewter with embossed detail of the Star Wars logo. The featured color artwork reproduces the Star Wars Special Edition poster painted by renowned artist, Drew struzan. It depicts Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Han Solo against a stunning backdrop complete with Rebel X-wing and Y-wing fighters.



    Points of Interest:
  • This Star Wars Special Edition Stein was produced by CUI, Inc. and officially licensed by Lucasfilm Ltd. to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the original trilogy movies during the 1997 Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition release.
  • From the collection of Brian Hearn
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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