Slip into something very, very comfortable—an oyster, or sea-creature charm bracelet. The gold oyster shells may look just-plucked from the sea. But, in fact, each was painstakingly designed by Janet Mavec. New York's prettiest tear-dropped Ostreidae (oyster) are now a chic collection of jewelry.
If the evening calls for a slinky bracelet, this shimmery wrist-adornment is your ticket. You'll feel like a very pretty mermaid.
Go all out mermaid with a casual but wispy golden sequined outfit. That said, denim and gold? A match made in heaven, or maybe made in the ocean.
New York’s Fishers Island are the model for this jewelry. Since we don't recommend eating your bracelet, click here
for a list of where you can try these outstanding oysters in New York.
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.