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Several types of jewelry have been manufactured with the likenesses of Pokémon characters. In general, most types of Pokémon jewelry manufactured have been intended for wear by children, although a few pieces, namely wristwatches, have been designed for adults.
These necklaces were created by jewelry designer Kay Uno for Pokémon Centers in Japan. They were only available via preorder from June 6 to July 12, 2015, and were delivered on August 9, 2015. Eevee and all eight of its evolutions are included in this collection, in silver (¥15,000), yellow gold (¥49,000), and pink gold (¥65,000) variations. Each necklace also includes a precious stone and a symbol representing the featured Pokémon.
A series of rings were made by Bakery Crafts in 1999. These rings were designed so that they could be used as decorations for a birthday cake as well as wearable jewelry, so that guests could each take one ring home.
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A series of engagement rings and wedding bands were produced by Kay Uno and U-Treasure in 2018. Some examples include a Mew themed set and a Pikachu themed set. Also available for purchase was a Poké Ball ring box, designed to be similar to the one that Professor Kukui uses in the anime.
In 1999, Life cereal offered a digital wristwatch featuring Ash, Misty, and Brock in exchange for coupons collected on cereal boxes.
A digital wristwatch featuring Mewtwo was made by Innovative Time Corporation in 2000. The watch featured two changeable wristbands (one with the Pokémon logo and one with artwork of Mewtwo) and an image of Mewtwo on a cover which, when lifted, would reveal the time on a digital clock.