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U-TREASURE continues their line of Pokémon jewelry with a 'big' surprise

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The Japanese jewelers U-TREASURE, who produce "authentic character-based jewelry for adults," released new jewelry in their Pokémon line earlier this week with necklace and ring designs featuring "the adorable charm of the Sleeping Pokémon, Snorlax,", complete with a 360-degree recreation of its stomach. Every piece is made of silver, coated with a glossy black paint, and shows Snorlax in its classic and unique yawning pose.

The ring version of the Snorlax line is called the "Silver Pokémon Snorlax Ring (with Black Coating)," and costs 24,200 yen ($188.69 USD). The necklace version comes in silver, and costs 24,200 yen ($188.69 USD), and is called the "Silver Pokémon Snorlax Necklace (with Black Coating)." A platinum version also exists, and costs 275,000 yen ($2,143.81 USD).

Preorders for both of these new items will be available until Tuesday, June 21st. These items, as well as U-TREASURE's entire range of licensed Pokémon-themed rings and jewelry, can be purchased from the official U-TREASURE website, as well as from U-TREASURE's physical store in Ikebukuro, at Otomate Building 4F, 1 Chome-23-5 Higashi Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo.
 
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