Tiffany & Co. Debuts A Pokémon Capsule Collection

Tiffany & Co. unveils Pokémon Capsule Collection in collaboration with contemporary artist Daniel Arsham and The Pokémon Company.

tiffany & co. pokemon capsule

Pokémon lovers rejoice! In case you haven’t heard, luxury jewellery brand Tiffany & Co. will be releasing a limited edition Pokémon capsule collection in partnership with contemporary artist, Daniel Arsham, and The Pokémon Company. Designed in Arsham’s “Future Relics” aesthetic, the collection is “inspired by Arsham’s exhibition in Japan, A Ripple in Time, which features a variety of Pokémon works of art meant to evoke the passage of time”. The collection features nine jewellery designs that include pendants and necklaces, with a focus on six iconic Pokémon—Pikachu, Charmander, Squirtle, Jigglypuff, Cubone and Mew.

“With my latest project with Tiffany, we’ve recontextualised Pokémon—a nod to my 2022 A Ripple in Time project in Tokyo—to orchestrate a new narrative,” said Daniel Arsham in a statement. “With Pokémon and Tiffany, itself, there’s a sense of cultural permanence about each,” he continued.

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tiffany & co. pokemon capsule

The Tiffany & Arsham Studio & Pokémon capsule collection has several exciting designs that will appeal to Pokémon enthusiasts. If you prefer something modern, the oxidised sterling silver pendant with diamond accents is the one for you. There is also a sterling silver necklace with diamond accents that feature all six Pokémon. For something a little more luxurious, Pikachu is available in 18K yellow gold with diamond accents. The Pikachu necklace is available in two sizes and is housed in an eye-catching Tiffany Blue® Poké Ball. Meanwhile, the oxidised sterling silver designs are packaged in a Tiffany & Arsham Studio & Pokémon Blue Box.

The Tiffany & Arsham Studio & Pokémon capsule collection will be available at the Tiffany & Co. Landmark in New York City, Omotesando store in Tokyo and Tiffany.com in North America and Japan this December.

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