Mikimoto is known to have the finest pearls in the world. What is known as a “Mikimoto Pearl” has been selected from only Akoya pearls of the finest quality, determined by the beauty of the pearl’s luster, form, size and color.
The Japanese company has teamed up with Sanrio to bring us a small collection of Hello Kitty inspired pearl pieces. Read more →
Jewelry designer Wendy Mahr has a small sampling of real edible jewelry amongst her other gemstone jewelry offerings. Real chocolate covered malted milk balls are decorated with real edible gold leaf and turned into a ring, a pair of earrings and three different necklaces. The yummy gems are paired with non-edible findings such as wire, cord and chain. And what’s really neat is that once you’ve eaten the chocolate, if you want to reuse/recycle what’s left after the chocolate’s gone, you can send it back and for prices from $25-$45 (depending upon the piece) +shipping and they’ll replace the chocolate with pearls, or other available stones for you.
Golden Chocolate Ring:
Everything is edible except for the wire and if you hold out and keep it safely tucked away, you can be the hit of the party several times. For an additional $25+shipping, Wendy Mahr can reuse/recycle the wire into a new ring. Price: $55
Malted milk balls with edible gold leaf on gold-filled earwires. Tested in the mid-day Miami heat, the edible earrings did not melt. Price: $55
Pretty Chocolate Necklace:
A gold filled chain with one edible real chocolate ball with edible gold leaf. Each additional ball is $10. Price: $55
Children’s Chocolate Necklace on Golden Cord:
The children’s version of their Pretty Chocolate necklace. Order them in bunches for party favors, but don’t eat the cord – it’s the only non-edible part. Price: $30
Center of Attention Chocolate Necklace:
Gold filled wire and clasp and edible gold leaf make for a great malted milk ball fashion accessory. Is it real? Yes. Will it melt? No, at least not when they were tested in the sweltering Miami heat. They smell great, look really pretty, and you can wear it several times, or until you eat them. (Please don’t eat the wire). If you want to reuse/recycle after the chocolate’s days are over, you can send it back and for $45+shipping, they’ll replace the chocolate with pearls, or other available stones. Price: $150
Ready for gift-giving, their edible earrings, ring or single necklaces come in this clear gift box finished with shimmering gold ribbon. Cost of box is included in shipping charges. Available for all edible jewelry items, except the 9-ball necklace which comes in a white wendy mahr jewelry box (not shown).
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