Are you looking to be seductive or lure someone in? Consider the molluscs that is famously an aphrodisiac: the oyster, or Ostreidae. Designer Janet Mavec has turned New Yorker's sweetest and prettiest tear-dropped bivalves into a collection of jewelry.
This Girl with a Pearl in her Oyster Necklace is modeled after a Fishers Island Oyster and depicts the shell with such realism it's as if the Atlantic Ocean carved them specially for you. The World is my Oyster shimmers around your neck.
This shell catch eyes with aplomb. It enhances any neckline.
These oysters are modeled after New York’s Fishers Island, you can find them here Fishers Island Oysters
, firm briny mollusks prized by chefs (Janet's favorite too!). While we like the idea of you wearing them, you should go taste them, too. You can find restaurants here.
Legend has it that Casanova gulped 50 oysters for breakfast daily. Scientists have now proven that the old wives’ tale is true. Two proteins in the mollusk do increase libido.
The oyster was a favorite of the 17th century Dutch canvas by genre painters to symbolize morality. Smithsonian Magazine notes that “About 85 percent of the world’s oyster reef populations have vanished since the late 1800s.