The Boba Fett Ceramic Cookie Jar is available from the Starwarsshop and costs $50. He stands about 12 inches tall and can hold snicker-doodles, oatmeal raisin cookies, brownies, peanut butter cookies, and many more delicious treats.
StarWarsShop has only a handful of this exquisite ceramic cookie jar bust left. This robust sculpture, painted to match Fettâ€™s penchant for close scrapes, features a lifting helmet top that opens to reveal the mercenaryâ€™s sweeter side.
They also have an R2-D2 model ($45) as well as a Special Ops Clone Trooper ($50). Now don't get me wrong, I love cookies as much as anyone else -- but I can't really see myself replacing my memory of Boba Fett: Intrepid Bounty Hunter with Boba Fett: Delicious Cookie Receptacle. It's just wrong.
One more of the other two models after the jump.
Boba Fett Cookie Jar [geekalerts]
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