We are calling on all web wizards. The Spot Room, Freeman Jewelry, and the global phenomenon, Harry Potter, have announced that they are releasing a phygital nonfungible token (NFT) collection on December 1. The limited edition collection will feature four carefully handcrafted designs by the fine jewelers at Freeman Jewelry.
Moreover, every jewelry piece will be accompanied by a nonfungible token. Here is what to know about the new Harry Potter phygital collection.
The Spot Room in conjunction with Harry Potter and Freeman Jewelry is unleashing an exclusive edition physical NFT collection.
Harry Potter Phygital NFT Collection Overview
The magical collection links the gap between physical and digital luxury goods with four high-quality designs that are crafted in Freeman Jewelry’s Seattle studio. Moreover, the names of the designs include Time Turner Diamond Necklace (10), Mirror of Erised Necklace (30), Locket Golden Snitch Necklace (5), and Hogwart’s Acceptance Letter Necklace (30).
In general, the 18k yellow gold items range from $1800 and $8600 subject to their supply in the market. It is worth noting that every design integrates hand engravings that relate to the Harry Potter franchise. Moreover, every item has an NFC tag that links to the particular NFT, validating it through the blockchain.
Vivien Zhang, the CEO of The Spot Room, said:
“Coming from the luxury jewelry industry, I want to empower the industry with blockchain tools that will solve critical issues including trade transparency, product authenticity, and proof of ownership and accessing the secondary market.”
There are just 30 pieces of Hogwart’s Acceptance Letter Necklace in the entire collection.
About The Spot Room
The Spot Room is leading the phygital movement by ensuring that physical goods are traded on the blockchain. They are developing the foundation of decentralized commerce, enabling users to safely trade NFTs that are connected to luxury goods.
Furthermore, the founder and CEO, Vivien Zhang, is a retail executive who has worked with the likes of Harry Winston and Tiffany and Co. being a luxury industry expert and technology lover, she has developed The Spot Room.