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Poké Ball Engagement Ring: You Can’t Catch Them All, but You Can Catch One

by Conner Flynn
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So you have been trying to catch all of the Pokémon you can, but you have found one that is that special someone. What better way to say, “I choose you!” then to give them this Poké Ball engagement ring? This is the height of class for Pokémon fans who want to end the chase and settle down.

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This Pokéball engagement ring was designed by jeweler Arts & Gems. It is the Pokémon trainer’s ring.

It has a ruby and cubic zirconium Pokéball as the center stone with green gems on either side to represent health at the beginning of a battle. Sadly for all of you Poké-nerds this is just a concept, but the artist says that due to demand they will be producing it soon.

Let’s face it you can’t catch them all. For one thing they just keep creating new Pokémon and upping the price of merchandise. It’s better just to catch one very special Pokémon and stick with it.

[via Cheezburger via Fashionably Geek]

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