One of the more interesting licensing lines were the ceramic figures and figural mugs put out by Sigma. The figures, quaintly charming looking at them now, were rather detailed for their time. Each stood about 5-6 inches, and, except for Chewbacca, included all of the main characters as well as some of the more visually interesting supporting characters.
Darth Vader and the Emperor
R2-D2 and C-3PO
Leia in her bounty hunter disguise
The bulk of the characters chosen for this collection came from the Jabba's palace portion of the movie. The Jabba the Hutt figure was actually made as a bank, and the Max Rebo Band is a music box which plays the Baroque music heard in Jabba's Palace and not the "Lapti Nek" song played by the band in the original edit of the movie.
Jabba the Hutt
The Max Rebo Band
There was also an Ewok music box which was clearly based on the Ewoks animated tv series and not on Return of the Jedi, but it came in a Return of the Jedi box.
While being passed over as a figure, Chewbacca did find himself rendered as one of Sigma's ceramic figural mugs. This line had some obvious choices such as Yoda, Wicket and Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker in an X-Wing helmet, Leia with her cinnamon bun hairstyle, and Han wearing his Hoth outfit from The Empire Strikes Back, which as far as I can tell were all originals for the Return of the Jedi line and not carry overs from a previous line of Star Wars mugs, so it's puzzling why these rebel characters were rendered in previous movie incarnations, unless you consider that the crudeness of the likenesses made it easier to recognize them for who they are with these outfits and hairstyles.
Imperial Biker Scout mug
Luke Skywalker mug
Darth Vader mug
Lando Calrissian in Skiff Guard disguise mug
Gamorrean Guard mug
Notice how obscure alien character, Klaatu was rendered both as a figure and a figural mug.