Kirby U-Treasure custom text necklaces

Kirby U-Treasure Necklaces Include Custom Text

Japanese jewelry brand U-Treasure opened orders for custom-made Kirby necklaces. Buyers can request one with their own flavor text, accompanied by an icon modeled after a character or item from Nintendo and HAL Laboratory’s Kirby franchise.

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The buyer can input custom text containing up to eight letters. The eligible characters are letters of the alphabet, numerals, a dot, the ampersand, the heart symbol, and the infinity symbol. There are four font types available—Arial, Century, Sacramento, and Yellowtail—and U-Treasure also offers options between uppercase and lowercase characters. U-Treasure will use K18 gold to produce the necklaces. The buyer can choose from the three available colors: Yellow, Pink, and White.

The custom Kirby necklaces are available to order for 30,800 yen (~$248). People residing outside Japan can also place an order with the WorldShipping service. It will take approximately eight weeks for U-Treasure to procure and ship the orders.

U-Treasure created these custom necklaces to celebrate the Kirby series’ 30th anniversary. Its inaugural title, Kirby’s Dream Land, appeared on the Game Boy in 1992. The franchise has also seen more collaboration projects from other companies, including the drink brands Kung Fu Tea and Suntory’s Craft Boss.

The latest game in the Kirby series is Kirby and the Forgotten Land. Nintendo and HAL Laboratory released the Nintendo Switch title worldwide on March 25, 2022.

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