Phallic-shaped designs from Ke$ha's new jewelry collection have proved an unlikely sellout.
The 'Grow a Pear' pendants, earrings and rings, which are made from a fake gold called Alchemia, are priced between $12 and $20.
They form part of the larger Kesha Rose by Charles Albert collection which launched in the U.S. on August 1.
Phallic jewelry designs, from Ke$ha's Grow a Pear collection, have proved an unlikely sellout. The line includes earrings, $15 (left) a pendant necklace, $24 (center) and a ring, $12 (right)
The most expensive piece on offer is a skull necklace at $600.
The line includes two other collections: Warrior, which features arrowhead and shark teeth designs and Cannibal, which is modeled from human teeth - real human teeth, sent in by fans.
Ke$ha, 26, is of course best known for her 'garbage-chic' style.
Quite pricey: Ke$ha's most expensive offering is a $600 skull necklace made from cooled lava
She told Complex Magazinelast year: 'I don't take myself that seriously.'
Indeed: she famously wore a garbage bag to the 2010 MTV Movie Awards.
Those who want to be as much like Ke$ha as possible will likely make Cannibal a success too, because she herself has worn teeth in the past.
In 2011, she asked her fans via Twitter to send her their teeth.
'I got, like, over 1,000 human teeth,' she told the Huffington Post last year. 'I made it into a bra top, and a headdress, and earrings, and necklaces. I've worn it out!'
Now fans can do the same.
For the slightly less provocative: rose rings ($60), a teeth charm bracelet ($135) and a spike cuff ($195)
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