Just in time for Christmas, Japanese brand U-Treasure has released this stunning Eeveelution jewelry line on the 8th of December! This line includes beautiful necklaces featuring Eevee and the 8 Eeveelution forms. Just take our money!
The necklaces are made of 950 silver and all necklaces feature an Eevee or Eeveelution sitting on a Pokemon ball which button is a real gem stone! They thought about what gem stones to use as well as they correspond with the type of Pokemon! For example fire Pokemon Flareon has a ruby, water Pokemon Vaporeon has a aquamarine stone.
The figures are tiny but therefore perfect for working Pokemon fans who want to wear something subtle yet still Pokemon! Small and elegant jewelry is very popular among Japanese girls.
Even the clasp features a pokeball, how cute!! The jewelry comes in Pokemon jewelry cases.
The necklaces cost 12,000 yen ($105) each which isn't too bad considering the materials they're made of. If you want one you have to act fast, some of the most popular Eeveelutions are already sold out!
In addition to the Eeveelution necklaces there U-Treasure also sells other adorable Pokemon jewelry including rings and earrings with Bulbasaur, Gengar and Charizard. The brand even sells Sailor Moon, Harry Potter, Disney and Sanrio jewelry so there's something for everyone, be sure to check it out!
Unfortunately the web shop doesn't offer international shipping but you can always use a shopping service to have it delivered to your home! Would one of these be the perfect Christmas gift for you?
What do you think of these necklaces? Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!
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