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Takayas Custom Jewelry is no slouch when it comes to pleasing their fans, with intricate details in each and every ring they design. In fact, it wasn’t that long ago that we showed you their out-of-this-galaxy Star Wars rings whose beautiful designs meant that there was no need for any hooded strangers to wave their hands in front of us and tell us that we wanted them.

They’ve now released a set of three rings based on the critically acclaimed video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, taking design cues from the three Spiritual Stones that play such an important role in the game’s story.

A follow-up to the hugely successful Legend of Zelda engagement and wedding rings they launched back in 2013, Takayas’ three new rings are fashioned after Kokiri’s Emerald, Goron’s Ruby and Zora’s Sapphire, the three Spiritual Stones from the smash Nintendo 64, and later 3DS game. We’ll let Takayas have the floor from here, as they couldn’t have described their rings any better.

▼ “Ganondorf couldn’t get a hold of the Spiritual Stone of the Forest, but the Great Deku Tree may entrust the right person with this ring.”

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▼ “We’ve saved you the trouble of venturing deep into Dodongo’s Cavern and acquired the Goron tribe’s Spiritual Stone of Fire for this ring.”

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▼ “Or maybe you’re more interested in the Spiritual Stone of Water passed down by the Zoras. Princess Ruto would say yes to this ring.”ring 7

Each beautiful ring is framed by sterling silver wings akin to those seen in the Hylian Shield crest, and the main jewel is Swarovski Zirconia. While Link uses all three stones to find and wield the Master Sword, your special someone will probably agree to your proposal with just one. Pricing for each ring is only available via individual inquiries, so interested parties will have to contact Takayas directly.

Although Takayas’ website advertises these as possible engagement rings, we think they’d also make the perfect accessory for any Zelda fan in your life. You won’t even have to fight off any monsters to get your hands on one—just be prepared to part with a whole bunch of rupees, or some real-world equivalent.

Source & images: Takayas Custom Jewelry Blog