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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.
Pokémon Collectible Dog Tags
A series of collectible dog tag-style necklaces was manufactured with the likenesses of Pokémon characters in 1999 by Toy Site. Each necklace came with two dog tags - one with the Pokémon logo and one with a Pokémon on it. There were ten available Pokémon: Pikachu, Beedrill, Meowth, Gengar, Snorlax, Pidgeot, Charizard, Blastoise, Poliwrath, and Venusaur.
Kay Uno Eeveelution necklaces
These necklaces were created by jewelry designer Kay Uno for Pokémon Centers in Japan. They are only available via preorder from June 6 to July 12, 2015, and will be 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.
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Birthday cake rings
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.
10th Anniversary Pikachu Fossil watch
A limited edition analog wristwatch featuring Pikachu was issued by Fossil in 2006 in celebration of Pokémon's 10th Anniversary. It was available at Pokémon Center's online store. Only 1,500 of these watches were made.
Life cereal watch
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.
A Pokémon wristwatch was available through the Nintendo Power Power Supplies Catalog from Summer 2000. The watch had a leather strap and featured images of Poliwrath, Meowth, Blastoise, Venusaur, Pikachu, Gengar, Snorlax, and Charizard around the second hand dial.
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