Oh. My. God. Look at these teeny tiny little fake food sculpture/jewelry thingies. Look at them. I cannot stop looking at them.
They are made by Stephanie Kilgast and are sold on her Etsy site here. "You will find very much miniature food jewelry on Etsy," she says, "but I guarantee the highest quality for mine and a realistic look! Due to my experience in miniature food for dollhouses, my items are better mastered than many others!"
Kilgast lives in Paris. Of her start in the art of miniature fake food, she writes: "Everything began on a sunny day in summer 2007. I was bored and searching for a new hobby. I came across miniatures and suddenly all my childhood run back."
Re-Ment mini foodstuffs are also pretty damned cute, but I have to say these are better.
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