First Look at 2023 Star Wars Hallmark Ornaments

Various images from the upcoming 2023 Hallmark Dream Book have appeared online this week, including a first look at this year’s Star Wars Hallmark ornaments.

Twitter user Justin LaSalata shared these images of the new Star Wars collection including several ornaments inspired by “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi,” which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.

The “Return of the Jedi” ornaments include Jabba the Hutt ($49.99), Jabba’s sail barge ($37.99), a desert skiff ($12.99), Princess Leia and Warrick on Endor ($26.99), and a limited quantity R2-D2 decked out to serve drinks ($19.99).

Most of these are scheduled for a July release, while Leia and Warrick will be released in May. There is also an ornament of the scene when Han Solo is about to go into the carbon-freezing chamber from “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back” for $64.99.

An Anakin Skywalker ornament will retail for $21.99 and also be released in July.

A light-up “Now Showing” ornament features the poster for the original “Star Wars” film. It will retail for $24.99 and be released in October.

“The Mandalorian” ornaments include one of Mando flying with Grogu ($24.99, July release), Ahsoka dual-wielding lightsabers ($19.99, October release), Mando’s N-1 Starfighter ($29.99, October release), and a set of Mando and Grogu LEGO minifigures ($24.99, July release).

A limited quantity ornament for $21.99 features a young Princess Leia and her droid LOLA as seen in “Obi-Wan Kenobi.” And another is Boba Fett riding his rancor into battle from “The Book of Boba Fett,” retailing for $24.99. Both of these will be released in October.

We also got a first look at a new Haunted Mansion Hallmark collection, including a large tree topper. Upcoming Disney Parks-related releases from Hallmark include a Main Street Electrical Parade ornament and Disney100 ornaments.

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