EFX Offers Han Solo’s Dice from The Last Jedi

You can own a replica of Han Solo’s dice from Star Wars: The Last Jedi, presented in a wood presentation/display box inspired by the Millennium Falcon cockpit and brought together by EFX Collectibles. The hand cast brass dice have been made from a master pattern based on the digital scans of the screen used prop, and the dice are joined by a gold plated chain. As with all items from EFX, they ship with a certificate of authenticity. Here’s the prop story….

EFX brings you the only officially licensed prop replica of the Han SoloTMdice from the Star Wars saga! EFX was given access to the screen-used prop, and generated the master pattern from a digital scan and extensive research of the screen-used prop making it the most accurate replica of Han Solo’s iconic dice down to the hanging chain.  The EFX engineers, model-makers and artists have painstakingly produced a faithful prop replica of this iconic pair of dice.

The dice first appeared in Star Wars: A New Hope aboard the Millennium Falcon, hanging from where a rearview mirror might be in a real world vehicle. However, the dice were not seen in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back or Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The next on-set appearance was documented in production stills from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but, the scene where the dice were visible was edited out of the final cut. The next time they were featured was in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

From its incidental beginnings in Star Wars: A New Hope, as a simple set-dressing embellishment in the Falcon set to a relevant piece of the narrative in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Han Solo’s lucky dice symbolize the continuity and connectivity of the Star Wars galaxy and its characters. That association is highlighted when Luke Skywalker™ boards the Falconand takes the dice as a reminder of his fallen friend, Han Solo.  And at the end of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Luke appears to give them to his sister Leia™ as a memento.  Ultimately, the errant Ben Solo™, now Kylo Ren™, picks up the phantom dice, suggesting that his connection to the past has now disappeared.

The dice are available for pre-order now at $159 plus shipping, handling and any local taxes. The anticipated delivery date is January 2019 — happy hunting!

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