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Final Fantasy 7 Sephiroth’s One Winged Angel Jewelry Revealed
Thinking of what to get for your beloved this year? Look no further as a specially crafted engagement ring featuring the design of Sephiroth’s One Winged Angel has been revealed through Takayas Custom Jewelry.  The perfect gift for Final Fantasy 7 lovers!  What a way.....
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Final Fantasy 7 Sephiroth’s One Winged Angel Jewelry Revealed

by on January 2, 2017

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Thinking of what to get for your beloved this year? Look no further as a specially crafted engagement ring featuring the design of Sephiroth’s One Winged Angel has been revealed through Takayas Custom Jewelry.  The perfect gift for Final Fantasy 7 lovers!  What a way to surprise loved ones just in time for the 30th anniversary celebration.  Takayas Mizuno is a custom jeweler based in Los Angeles with a background in Ikebana, Japanese style flower arranging.

Originally an idea for an engagement gift, the customer specifically requested an emerald stone as the center piece with Sephiroth’s wing on one side and his Masamune sword on the other.

While the entire ring is made out of platinum, the jeweler coated the wing with black rhodium to give a more sturdier, classic approach to express Sephiroth’s  dark and imperil nature.

Mr. Mizuno admitted the arduous process of securing the stone into the ring due its unique angle and details of the wing itself. But he succeeded nonetheless, and congratulated the couple’s engagement.

For further details on the designing and crafting process, read here.

This isn’t the first time Takayas Custom Jewelry made an attempt at creating jewelry from video game inspiration.   Some previous jaw-dropping works show a Kingdom Hearts Paopu Fruit Engagement RingLightning wedding bands from Final Fantasy XIII-2 as well as a Zelda inspired Hylian Shield edition.  Whichever one you choose, Takayas can guarantee customer satisfaction.

Well known for its blocky graphics, Final Fantasy 7 was originally released for the Playstation console in 1997.  Introducing memorable characters like Cloud Strike, Tifa Lockhart, Aerith Gainsborough, Vincent Valentine and of course Sephiroth.  Final Fantasy 7 was considered a dark tale especially for its time with cyber punk features and dramatic storytelling. Its popularity soared branching off to a series of spin-offs including animated/CG films.  A teaser trailer was revealed at E3 2015 showcasing a Final Fantasy 7 Remake which has yet to have a release date.  Meanwhile fans can treasure their memories with new Final Fantasy 7 Remake Play Arts Kai Figures  available for preorder now.

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