And The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon

By now, we've grown tired of jewelry featuring snakes, realistic teeth, guns, and other unpleasant objects rendered in precious metals. Since Hallowe
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By now, we've grown tired of jewelry featuring snakes, realistic teeth, guns, and other unpleasant objects rendered in precious metals. Since Hallowe
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By now, we've grown tired of jewelry featuring snakes, realistic teeth, guns, and other unpleasant objects rendered in precious metals. Since Halloween is over, let's put away the scary necklaces and alarming earrings. Instead, we plan to adorn ourselves with Bijules NYC's latest collection where little forks, knives, spoons, and plates take center stage. We love the mini-cutlery necklaces in 14k vermeil with inset gems, and the broken plate necklace hints at the dark side of your personality in much more subtle way than machine gun jewelry would. If you don't want to wait for the family silverware to pass down your way before you can lay your hands on your very own fine forks and elegant knives, you can find Bijules NYC's creations at NYC boutiques The Reed Space, Annie O. and Valley. --ALISON COOL

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