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Gold plated chicken bone necklaces to go on sale

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - If you've ever had a meal you didn't want to forget, you're going to love this.

Kentucky Fried Chicken fans can now own a gold-plated chicken "wang" necklace. And the best part, the necklace will be created from a real KFC bone.

The Kentucky Company has teamed up with jeweler to create these one of a kind necklaces.  

A limited run of 20 gold necklaces will go on sale online on the website kentuckyforkentucky.com starting at 10 a.m. Friday, June 27. 

The small 14-carat gold plated chicken "wang" necklace will sell for $130. A large "wang" necklace will go for $160. 

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