Square Enix Final Fantasy VII Aerith necklace
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Square Enix Will Re-Release FFVII Aerith and Tifa Jewelry

Square Enix once again opened up pre–orders for three pieces of jewelry that resemble ones Aerith and Tifa wore in FFVII. There is a rose gold ribbon necklace and a flower one for Aerith, and a clip-on earring for Tifa. You can get the necklaces via the North America store for $147.99 and the earring for $99.99. The necklaces will come out in November 2023. They’re also available in the Japan store for 16,280 JPY and the earring is 10,450 JPY. They all have a release date of September 16, 2023.

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These are re-releases of items that we originally saw in 2020. The ribbon version has a loop above the actual tie part, which recreates how Aerith has her neck ribbon in FFVII. Meanwhile, the flower version of the Aerith necklace is silver and there is a chrysoprase gemstone in the middle that looks like Aerith’s eyes. Since Tifa only wears one earring in FFVII: Advent Children, you will also only get one earring. There does not seem to be a discount if you want to purchase a set.

Other pieces of jewelry that Square Enix has released in the past for Final Fantasy VII include a bracelet. This one is less a recreation and more an item that incorporates her various motifs. For example, there is a golden lily charm that looks like the flowers in Aerith’s church. This item is also available in the Square Enix shop for $127.99.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is readily available on the PS4 and PS5. Pre-orders are open for the re-release of the FFVII jewelry items. They’ll come out in September 2023 for Japan and November 2023 for North America.

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