amuse bouche jewelry by blue poppy

posted by the scholar on February 19th, 2008
filed under: design, food, metal, personal accessories

in the food world, an amuse bouche is a tiny bite-sized morsel served before the hors d’Å“uvre or first course of a meal. they serve to tickle the taste buds, are representative of the chef’s culinary style and prepare you for the rest of the meal. now, can you imagine what an amuse bouche for would look like in jewelry form? wonder no more!

look at these fabulous amuse bouche rings from california artists jill redman and erin lockwood for their blue poppy jewelry line. they’re made of actual spices (like cloves, cayenne and wasabi on the left side below) that are encased in resin and then inlaid with teeny drops of sterling silver by hand (of course).



beautiful flowing color + organic shapes + fun talking point for your next dinner party = two thumbs up!

they also have spice earrings in an extensive color palette, just in case you’d like to complete your ensemble.

purchase the rings at uncommon goods, and be sure to see jill and erin’s website for more inspiring excitement.

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2 Responses to “amuse bouche jewelry by blue poppy”

  1. sosser Says:

    love! love! love!

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi sosser,

    i knew you would love these. i love the colors and the shapes!

    thanks for the visit!

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