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Zelda Inspired Pixel Heart Jewelry Symbolizes Your Love Bar

by Lambert Varias
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Etsy artist¬†Nastalgame sells plastic jewelry inspired by the hearts from The Legend of Zelda. There’s a necklace, a bracelet, a ring and two different types of earrings. The hearts can also be “broken”, in case you’re not feeling particularly romantic.

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For example, the bracelet you see above has two sides:

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The hearts on the necklace and the pair of earrings with short chains can literally be broken apart, but the chains will hold up both heart halves. The other pair of earrings on the other hand consists of two halves that match together. But my favorite piece is the ring. Not only does the heart snap in to two pieces, the ring itself can be separated, so you can give one of the halves to someone else. Awwwww.

Head to Nastalgame’s Etsy shop to order some Pixel Heart jewelry before Valentine’s Day. It’ll cost you $6-$11 (USD) depending on which jewelry you order.

[via The Wooden Arcade]

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