Elton John, The Beatles & Rolling Stones honored with luxury home decor collection

J Strongwater Rock Boxes honor iconic musicians with collection

J Strongwater is honoring Elton John, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones with a high design, luxury box collection called Rock Boxes. The J Strongwater Rock Boxes are timeless, featuring 14k gold plating and over 1,000 “Rocks,” a nod to the hand-set Swarovski crystals. This inaugural line is made in America and starts at $8,900 each through its website and Neiman Marcus.

The Yellow Sub Rock Box pays homage to the legendary Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, capturing the playful and kaleidoscopic artwork with sparkling Swarovski crystals. The Yellow Submarine remains one of the most iconic images of the Beatles’ musical artwork. This stunning statement piece captures the enduring wonder and magical music of the group that transcends stardom.

Elton John is the most successful singer/songwriter of his generation. To honor the music legend, the piano shaped Elton Rock Box is set with over six thousand individual Swarovski crystals. The intricately crafted design captures the flair of John’s glittering headpiece and glasses. The stunning red piano pays tribute to his iconic Las Vegas residency.

The Rolling Stones are the longest-performing rock band in history, remaining popular for over 60 years. To honor these amazing musicians, the Rolling Stones Rock Box features the striking Tongue logo. Thousands of Swarovski crystals in cherry red, with the Union Jack on the back of the box, celebrating the Stones’ British roots. The vibrant, colorful piece combines playful pop symbolism with expert craftsmanship to create a luxury modern heirloom piece that is sure to be cherished for years to come.

J Strongwater plans to launch additional Rock Box collections seasonally, with the next coming in early 2023 that will pay tribute to some of the most iconic brands in pop culture history.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

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