Game of Thrones Jewelry

August 18, 2017

By Tab Byrum

With only two episodes left in this season of Game of Thrones all of us avid watchers and readers of the books are sad, but if you are into jewelry I have some good news for you today. There is a line of jewelry out that is completely inspired by Game of Thrones, Daenerys Stormborn, and her Dragons. The pieces are all made of Sterling Silver and have amazing detail. Many of the pieces are inspired by the three Dragons that the Dragon Queen has at her beck and call and you can see the meticulous work that’s been done on these pieces to simulate scales, horns and the beautiful shapes of the dragons. The pieces have been created by a joint partnership between HBO and the MEY company, the current collection is called Breaking Chains and is inspired by pieces worn by the characters in the Game of Thrones show. Join me for a look and if you love the show or have someone on your gift list who is then think about adding one of these special pieces to their collection, you can see the entire collection here. Enjoy!!!

You can have your own version of the Mother of Dragons Chain seen on the Khaleesi throughout Season 7, above and below. 

The Dragon Pendant represents all three of Daenerys’ dragons in an everyday necklace, above and below. 

The Breaking Chains Necklace is chunky and bold, no Khaleesi is complete without it, above and below. 

This Triple Link Pendant is made of three links from the larger Mother of Dragons chain, above and below. 


The Daenerys Drogon Neck Sculpture was worn in Season 5, the Dragon’s mouth actually opens and closes, above and below. 

The Dragon Storm Earrings are sculptured hoops that represent the sigil for the House Targaryen, above and below. 

The Flight Cuff Bracelet echoes a neck piece worn by Mother of Dragons in Season 6, above and below. 

In a nod to how we first caught sight of the Dragons in Seasons 1 and 2, Dragonstone Earrings with Orange stone. 

Words are my own.
Images are courtesy
of MEY.

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