The Han Solo Golden Dice first appeared in the episode A New Hope as a pair of golden dice hanging in the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon. They were never seen again on film until The Last Jedi, when Luke Skywalker gave a force-projected version of them to his sister, Leia Organa.
This were the dice which were used in the Corellian Spike game of sabacc in which smuggler Han Solo won the Millennium Falcon (a YT-300 light freighter) from Lando Calrissian. It also appears dangling from the rearview of Solo’s landspeeder as he races away with Qi’ra in Solo:A Star Wars Story. Accordingly young Ben Solo enjoyed playing with the dice while always following his father, hoping to become a pilot one day.
The golden dice features symbols that seems alien-like at first glance. However, on closer look, you will quickly realize that it is quite simple to interpret. The “i” is 1, the “split circle” is 2, and the rest of the symbols are 3, 4, 5 and 6 sided symbols.
We have packaged this popular Han Solo Golden Dice into 5 forms:
|Type||Size of Dice||Length of Chain|
|Chained||12.5mm||7.1" (18 cm)|
|Bracelet||10mm||8.7" (22 cm)|
|Necklace||10mm||23.6" (60 cm) Adjustable
** Earrings do not come with the box
The six-sided dice is made from zinc alloy and plated for quality. All metal and no plastic parts. Chain lengths vary across the necklace, bracelet and the chained versions. The size of the dice is larger on the chained version measuring 12.5 mm as compared to the others measuring at 10mm.
Good Luck Dice
What good is a gambler without his dice? Wear the Han Solo Golden Dice necklace or bracelet, wear the earrings, hang the chained dice from your rearview mirror of your car, carry your keys in the dice keychain, all for good luck. Wear them to the casino for some luck of your own or in the boardroom to warn everyone that you play for keeps. Shipping is Free.