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A real-life ‘Avengers’ Infinity Gauntlet is going on sale

A new range of Marvel jewellery is being launched

Phil de Semlyen
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Phil de Semlyen
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To think, Thanos spent several years scouring the galaxy for stones to fill his Infinity Gauntlet when he could have just waited a bit for some jewellers to make one for him.

Those jewellers – Danish company Pandora – have teamed up with Marvel Studios to launch a new ranger of superhero-adjacent trinkets that will go on sale worldwide on February 17.

In the range? Eleven hand-crafted pieces, including a bracelet, a ring and charms. Earth’s mightiest heroes have been rendered in sterling silver and gold-plated metal, with hand-crafted Avengers heroes and symbols, including Black Widow, Iron Man, Captain America’s shield, all featuring in the Marvel X Pandora range.

An Infinity Gauntlet dangle charm will set you back £70, while presumably making your wrist 170 percent more likely to spark a global apocalypse.

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‘These heroes excite, entertain and also encourage us to use our voices and powers, without hiding our weaknesses, to make the world a better place,’ says Pandora’s chief product officer Stephen Fairchild. ‘Celebrating what you stand for and the things you love is what connects the Marvel and Pandora universes.’ 

The Marvel x Pandora range is landing in Pandora stores worldwide and online from Thursday, February 17.

Expect the DC Extended Universe to respond with its own range of jewellery – only obviously much, much darker.

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