Luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co is making a range of Pokémon jewellery, with prices going up to $29,000.
The new line is a collaboration with contemporary artist Daniel Arsham, who’s worked with Tiffany & Co in the past.
It will consist of nine separate pieces, each of which contains a pendant shaped like a Pokémon.
Six Pokémon are featured in the range. Charmander, Squirtle, Jigglypuff, Cubone and Mew are each available as oxidised sterling silver pendants with diamond accents, and cost ¥211,200 / $1,290 each.
The Pikachu pendant, meanwhile, is made of 18-karat yellow gold with diamond accents, and comes in two sizes – a small Pikachu costs ¥1,507,000 (roughly $9,900) while the larger one is ¥4,730,000 / $29,000.
The silver Pokémon pendants are packaged in a blue box with Tiffany x Arsham Studio x Pokémon branding on it, while the Pikachu ones are held in a Tiffany Blue Pokéball.
The Tiffany x Arsham Studio x Pokémon series will go on sale on December 1 at two stores – the Tiffany & Co Landmark in New York and the Omotesando store in Tokyo – as well as the Tiffany website in North America and Japan.
“My latest collaboration with Tiffany & Co. is a combination of pop culture, fine jewelry and art,” Arsham said in a statement (via WWD).
“Pokémon has had an immense presence ever since I was a child, and this capsule collection celebrates the influence Pokémon has had in my work and my long-standing partnership with a heritage brand like Tiffany & Co. Both are inextricable from the cultural footprint of the past, present and future.”
He added: “With my latest project with Tiffany, we’ve recontextualised Pokémon — a nod to my 2022 A Ripple in Timeproject in Tokyo — to orchestrate a new narrative. With Pokémon and Tiffany, itself, there’s a sense of cultural permanence about each.”