Jewellery that is good enough to eat, but…

There is little more appealing on a warm summer’s day than the thirst-quenching refreshment of a bit of fruit. But why stop at eating it? Pop a cherry on your wrist, strawberries in your ears or juicy gelato around your neck – in gold, diamonds and pearls of course. No rotten eggs here, FHM delves into a pantry of food-themed gems.

Nadine Ghosn
Sushi chain necklace, from $1880 at Nadineghosn.com

 

Natasha Zinko

Cutout  Triple Knuckle Banana Ring, £2,750 at Brownsfashion.com

Rosantica
Saona earrings, £145 at Net-a-porter.com

 

Rachel Jackson
Gold-plated pineapple cuff, £85 at Racheljacksonlondon.com

 

Annoushka
18ct rose gold, ruby, orange sapphire and black diamond lobster charm, £995 at Annoushka.com

 

Bulgari
Pink gold, turquoise, sugillite, chrysophrase, mother of pearl and diamond gelato necklace, POA at Bulgari.com

 

Alex Monroe
18 carat gold pea pod necklace, £430 at Alexmonroe.com

 

Dolce & Gabbana
Banana Necklace £1,550 at Brownsfashion.com

 

Retrouvai
Pineapple signet ring, £940 at Brownsfashion.com

 

Katie Mullally
Lobster charm necklace, £100 at Katiemullally.com

Nach Bijoux
Strawberry pompom earrings, €54 at Nachbijoux.com

 

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Hanish Qureshi

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