Food: Solo Star Wars Lando Kitchen Set

Check out these aweseomely g33ky “Solo Star Wars Lando” dish sets from ThinkGeek.

Solo Star Wars Lando Highball Glass:

$7.99

DON’T GAMBLE WITH YOUR GLASSWARE

Until recently if you wanted a drinking glass inspired by Lando Calrissian, you’d have to travel back in time to your local Burger King in 1980. And, well, if you’ve got time travel as an option, we’re guessing you’re aiming somewhere higher than fast food memorabilia. Although we’re totally not judging here.

These Solo Star Wars Lando Highball Glasses are a more accessible option for 2018. Not to mention more elegant. Folks wouldn’t even know this glass was Star Wars inspired if you didn’t tell them. It’s much more subtle than the old BK options. But you should still hand wash these if you want them around for the long-haul.

Product Specifications 

  • Solo Star Wars Lando Highball Glass
  • Officially-licensed Solo: A Star Wars Story merchandise
  • Tall, thin glass with gold art deco designs inspired by the Millennium Falcon
  • Perfect for holding all your classy beverages
  • Because we can’t all get our drinks straight from a thala-siren
  • Which is good, because that scene causes us squick
  • Or use it as a bud vase
  • Capacity: 8 ounces
  • Materials: Glass
  • Care Instructions: Not dishwasher safe. Not microwaves safe.
  • Imported
  • Dimensions: 6 1/2″ tall x 2″ diameter base

 

Star Wars Solo Lando Bottle Stopper:

$9.99

WE WOULD BE HONORED IF YOU WOULD JOIN US

Casual fans may not realize that the bit where Vader greets our heroes in Cloud City was originally a whole awkward dinner party scene in The Empire Strikes Back with Han, Leia, Chewie, Lando, and Vader. Leigh Brackett’s first draft features the scene (which specifies that Vader doesn’t eat so nobody had to figure out the logistics on that one).

This collection of dinnerware from Solo: A Star Wars Story makes us ponder what could have been. We imagine in that sort of dinner party you generally wouldn’t need a bottle stopper, because between Lando and Han the wine bottle’s going to be empty when dinner’s over. But maybe this is for the second or third bottle. Always enjoy responsibly. Never drink and pilot the Millennium Falcon.

Product Specifications 

  • Star Wars Solo Lando Bottle Stopper
  • Officially-licensed Solo: A Star Wars Story merchandise
  • Bottle stopper with a white and gold art deco look
  • Inspired by designs found on the Millennium Falcon
  • Part of the Lando Calrissian Accents Collection
  • Materials: Alloy metal with a nickel finish (BPA free) with rubber or silicone gasket
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash only.
  • Imported
  • Dimensions: 1 1/2″ diameter x 3″ tall
  • Weight: 3 oz.

 

Star Wars Solo Lando Dinner Plate Set:

$34.99

WE WOULD BE HONORED IF YOU WOULD JOIN US

Casual fans may not realize that the bit where Vader greets our heroes in Cloud City was originally a whole awkward dinner party scene in The Empire Strikes Back with Han, Leia, Chewie, Lando, and Vader. Leigh Brackett’s first draft features the scene (which specifies that Vader doesn’t eat so nobody had to figure out the logistics on that one).

This collection of dinnerware from Solo: A Star Wars Story makes us ponder what could have been. These dinner plates are perfect whether you’re serving up Bantha Burgers or Dagobah stew from a recipe you got from an old Jedi master. And we’d like to point out that they’re just the right size for bringing cookies into the office. Hint hint hint, coworker monkeys.

Product Specifications 

  • Star Wars Solo Lando Dinner Plate Set
  • Officially-licensed Solo: A Star Wars Story merchandise
  • Set of 4 dinner plates
  • Identical golden art deco design on each
  • Part of the Lando Calrissian Accents Collection
  • Materials: Porcelain
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash only. Do not microwave.
  • Imported
  • Dimensions: 10 1/2″ diameter
  • Weight: 1 1/4 lbs. each
  • Includes four plates

 

Star Wars Solo Lando Salad Plate Set:

$19.99

WE WOULD BE HONORED IF YOU WOULD JOIN US

Casual fans may not realize that the bit where Vader greets our heroes in Cloud City was originally a whole awkward dinner party scene in The Empire Strikes Back with Han, Leia, Chewie, Lando, and Vader. Leigh Brackett’s first draft features the scene (which specifies that Vader doesn’t eat so nobody had to figure out the logistics on that one).

This collection of dinnerware from Solo: A Star Wars Story makes us ponder what could have been. These salad plates are perfect for little appetizers or to hold a muffin to go with your blue milk. Oooh. Tapas. You know Lando would be into tapas.

Product Specifications 

  • Star Wars Solo Lando Salad Plate Set
  • Officially-licensed Solo: A Star Wars Story merchandise
  • Set of 4 salad plates
  • Identical golden edge design and Lando’s name in Aurebesh on each
  • Part of the Lando Calrissian Accents Collection
  • Materials: Porcelain
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash only. Do not microwave.
  • Imported
  • Dimensions: 7 1/2″ diameter
  • Weight: 11 oz. each
  • Includes four plates

 

 

Solo Star Wars Han Highball Glass:

$7.99

NOT A RED CUP

TIL Solo’s production codename was “Red Cup.” Solo. Solo. It makes sense. It’s certainly not as subtle as some (we’re looking at you, “Blue Harvest”). So we guess this is sort of the upscale take on the Solo Solo.

This tall, thin glass with gold art deco designs inspired by the Millennium Falcon holds 8 ounces and sits elegantly amongst the rest of your tableware. Only the Star Wars logo on the bottom gives away its geeky origin. Simple suggestion for the host: keep filling your guests’ glasses. Don’t let them get to the bottom, and they’ll never be the wiser.

Product Specifications 

  • Solo Star Wars Lando Highball Glass
  • Officially-licensed Solo: A Star Wars Story merchandise
  • Tall, thin glass with gold art deco designs inspired by the Millennium Falcon
  • Perfect for holding all your classy beverages
  • Because we can’t all get our drinks straight from a thala-siren
  • Which is good, because that scene causes us squick
  • Or use it as a bud vase
  • Capacity: 8 ounces
  • Materials: Glass
  • Care Instructions: Not dishwasher safe. Not microwaves safe.
  • Imported
  • Dimensions: 6 1/2″ tall x 2″ diameter base

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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