Xbox Collabs With King Ice For a $10,000 14 Karat Solid Gold Necklace

Show off your Xbox support with a blinging 10-grand necklace.

November 24, 2020

Christmas is fast approaching, and you may be wanting to find some form of elaborate Christmas gift for that special someone. Yes, I mean you, yourself. Look in the mirror you fantastic person, because you will probably desire to get your hands on this fancy-pants Xbox pendant and chain. It beats getting the limited-supply Xbox Series X / S at least, right?

King Ice is a designer company that specializes in merging the latest trends in hip-hop and streetwear into jewelry. The designer also deals with collaborations, with Snoop Dog, Wu-Tang, Sony, Warner Bros, and Microsoft Xbox. And the Xbox collaboration is where we’re heading today, as a 14 karat gold necklace has gone up for sale for the low price of $10,000.

The necklace comes with a 14K solid gold 3mm 20″ Miami Cuban Chain, which has the Xbox logo as a pendant, which is a “fully iced” 14k solid gold 3D sphere that has genuine SI1 diamonds across the sphere, with genuine emeralds forming the iconic X. Each necklace is made to order and made in Los Angeles. On the reverse, it’s stamped with Microsoft and King Ice.

But what if you don’t want a necklace? Well, King Ice also has a ring available. The ring is made from brass with 14 karat gold plating. It’s encrusted with VVS diamond simulate with white and green stone colors. The ring only costs $60.00 but sure looks flash as heck. There are other Xbox branded King Ice pieces of jewelry on the site, such as a cheaper version of the $10,000 necklace, There’s a $200.00 Xbox bracelet, an Xbox controller necklace for $120, and a finger ring for $120.

The pricey $10,000 necklace is certainly incredibly pretty though. The collaboration comes at a time where Microsoft has pushed out weird collabs to hype up the release of the Xbox Series X / S — we’ve already seen a fridge.

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