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Handmade, one-of-a-kind Nintendo jewelry

This guy makes Nintendo jewelry, hand-wrought from gold and sterling, for himself, his girlfriend, and less often, for very close friends. Most of these pieces—including the heartbreakingly beautiful D-pad necklace—are one-offs, never to be forged again. Look, and weep.

Edit: A friend just asked me what “the thing in the middle is supposed to be.” It is so obviously a metroid, hello? So I just thought I’d clarify here, too: it’s a metroid.

10 responses to “Handmade, one-of-a-kind Nintendo jewelry” »

  1. Kevin Bunch says:

    Oh wow, those are fantastic. I especially like that gold Hylian shield ring.

    I also like how the D-Pad pendant has clear signs of being pushed.

  2. Chris Person says:

    Without the three metroid blobs, it could very well be a hadoken. Or a Bear’s claw. Or a shield with Spikes coming out of it.

  3. librarian says:

    A Goomba without feet, and with big, pointy teeth?

  4. RayRay says:

    Yup, looks a lot like metroid.

  5. Chris Person says:

    A dumpling full of delicious jet fuel, rocketing towards the moon?

  6. Chris Person says:

    Slime in a windtunnel?

  7. SeanaLyn says:

    OMG I so want the nintendo pad necklace. these remind me of the atari joystick necklace Jenn got me a while back! geek jewelry ftmfw!

  8. BigMex says:

    Those pieces are 10 types of awesome and at least 4 types of nuts. I’d sooner get one of those than one of the Final Fantasy jewelry from Japan.

  9. Eric says:

    Where are you guys? Come back to us! 🙁

  10. librarian says:

    Aw…! Sorry about the prolonged absence—the site is just a hobby and I’m its only writer. Plus, I finally landed a real job, so time is tight. :/

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