The company teamed up with Meghan Carroll of Meg C Jewelry, who created the necklaces after a night full of KFC chicken wings.
Carroll and her boyfriend ate 25 wings from a KFC in Kentucky, then cleaned the bones with soap and water. She let them dry, then painted the bones with a varnish, graphite conductive paint and coated them in copper. The bones were then plated in 14-karat gold.
If the company sounds familiar, they're the same people who brought you the Kentucky fried chicken-scented candle last year. When they first went on sale, they sold out in less than a minute.
Only 20 KFC bone necklaces will be available for purchase online Friday at 10 a.m. ET. The small gold-plated chicken bone necklace is priced at $130, while the larger version is $160. Both necklaces come with 14-karat gold-plated chains.
Carroll suggests wearing the chicken bone necklaces with a pair of jeans and a t-shirt or even with a little black dress. Apparently, they go with everything.