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Triforce Jewelry Set: Power, Wisdom, Courage, Necklace, Bracelet, Earrings

by Lambert Varias
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The Legend of Zelda series is one of those gems that has established its world so well, fans can easily imagine it existing beyond what is shown in the games. Which is I think the weathered look of this jewelry set is a perfect fit. If only the words were in Hylian.

triforce jewelry set by fortesgospel

This set was made by Sprite Stitch forum member Fortesgospel using solid brass. Here’s the bracelet:

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And these are the earrings:

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Fortesgospel said she’s selling these beautiful jewelry and in fact has already sold the necklace even before posting these pictures. I’m not sure if she’s going to make more though, so if you’re interested I suggest you keep an eye on her thread at the Sprite Stitch forum for more details. Looking for a Triforce ring? Take this!

[via Sprite Stitch]

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