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The Pokémon Company in partnership with Tiffany & Co!

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Announced for sale starting on the 29th, The Pokémon Company and Tiffany & Co are partnering to launch designer jewelry featuring some of trainers' favorite Pokémon. Check out prices, jewelry, and information now.

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Partnership and Collection

The Pokémon Company and Tiffany & Co have partnered to launch exclusive themed jewelry. According to VGC, this collection will feature nine pieces, with the most expensive costing US$29,000 and the cheapest costing US$1,290.

Starting on November 29, 2023, the entire collection will be available for purchase for 24 hours at 6am Pacific/9am Eastern/2pm UK and ending at the same time on November 30.

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Pikachu Midas?

Pikachu is featured in the most expensive piece of jewelry: an 18-karat yellow gold pendant with diamond details. This pendant will be available in two sizes, with the standard size costing US$29,000 and a smaller one priced at US$9,900.

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Additionally, there are seven other oxidized sterling silver pendants with diamond details. Among these pendants, six will feature individual Pokémon and be priced at US$1,290 each, while the seventh will include all of them together. However, the price of this particular piece has not yet been revealed.

Where's Bulbasaur?

Of the Pokémon included in this collection we will find are Pikachu, Cubone, Charmander, Mew, Jigglypuff and Squirtle. Tiffany is known for its blue-green color, which is strange, as Bulbasaur, which is a Pokémon in these colors, was not selected to be part of the jewelry.

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Finishing

What do you think of the collection? Would you be interested in any of these rare designer jewelry? Be sure to check out more news about the Pokémon universe, including yours Partnership With the Van Gogh Museum!link outside website