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Silver 8-Bit Gamer Pendants Are Pixelicious

by Paul Strauss
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Gamer girls, did you get everything you wanted for Christmas? I bet your boyfriends didn’t get you one of these. After you return that ill-fitting sequined Quacker Factory sweater your aunt got you, why not turn around and spend that money on one of these nifty 8-bit pixel pendants.

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Handmade by Nicholas D’Amario of Sketchy-Stories, these pendants feature some great retro video game designs. Each one is handmade from .925 sterling silver and features a pixelated image of 8-bit Mario, a health heart, or a skull of death. If pixels aren’t your thing, check out this substantial controller pendant, cast from the D-Pad from an old NES controller and accented with black enamel.

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Prices for the pixel pendants range from $44 to $48 (USD) without a chain, and the D-pad sells for $85, including a black cord. They’re available over at Sketchy-Stories Etsy shop.

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