Monday, 13 July 2015

Gift Guide: The Best Booze Inspired Jewellery

For my birthday last month, a friend gave me the loveliest necklace; a bright yellow lemon wedge from the plastic fantastic Tatty Devine. It's just perfect for this gin loving citrus fiend, and I've had so many people comment on it, asking me where it was from.

So, it's got me thinking; what other booze inspired jewellery and accessories are out there? Let's have a look...

Jump into summer's juiciest trend with this frosted neon perspex beauty from Tatty Devine. It's the larger version of my luscious lemon necklace - pith, peel, and tiny droplet detailing - it has it all! And what's even better... It's on sale! Reduced from £45.00 to £31.50 direct from the Tatty Devine website; that's quite the discount. You can also get the smaller Citrus Slice necklace for £17.50, and there are orange ones too. 

Quench your thirst and get ready for the perfect poolside cocktail with these frosted green slices of lime, also from the same Tatty Devine collection. "Tie your hair up with a vintage scarf and let these Citrus Slice Earrings take the limelight." The only trouble is, I'd be craving Margaritas every time I wore them! You can get these zesty earrings from Tatty Devine's website for £17.50 (down from £25.00). 

Not a fan of BIG earrings, then how about these little grapefruit wedges from ONETENZEROSEVEN on Not On The High Street? With a splash of bright pink and a subtle hint of yellow, these fun and fruity earrings would make you feel like Summer was here all year round. They're printed onto birch plywood, which gives them an interesting texture, and they currently have 20% off. You can buy these grapefruit earrings from NOTHS for £6.40.

Also from NOTHS is this unisex 'RUM' vintage Scrabble tile brooch. Made by BOOKISH ENGLAND, using old, lonely vintage Scrabble tiles, this calls out to rum lovers everywhere. It also makes a lovely literary gift for readers, writers and board game fans too - as long as they enjoy a tipple that is! This Rum Scrabble Brooch is yours for a mere £9.00 from NOTHS

Know a beer lover who has a slightly geeky side? Well look no further for the best present! BOBBY ROCKS has created these Periodic Table cufflinks, which spell out a cheeky message - Beer! Beryllium (Be) and Erbium (Er) are our new favourite chemical elements. You can buy these for £11.50 on NOTHS

From the heart of Speyside, these Oak Cufflinks from Rant and Stave's Etsy shop have been created from used whisky barrels. I don't know about you, but I think they look super swish, and it's the kind of thing that my whisky-mad other half would flippin' love! You can buy these upcycled oak cufflinks for £12.00 on Etsy.

GIN CUFFLINKS. 'Nuff Said... No, seriously, Tatty Devine (again) have come up trumps with these miniature enamel gin bottles, inspired by art duo Gilbert & George and their artistic approach to drink. The cufflinks are a button-through style, with a signature Tatty Devine plectrum fastening. Each bottle is made using high quality French enamel techniques, so the white label is smooth and shiny and the green bottle areas have a lovely speckled texture. Drink up and button up for £30.00 via the Tatty Devine website

Ladies, don't worry, there's a Gilbert & George Gin Necklace too! It was commissioned especially to go with a major exhibition of theirs, and it still continues to be one of Tatty Devine's bestsellers. Keep a bottle of their favourite tipple around your neck, and you too can make drinking a form of art, all for £35.00 direct from the website

Another piece of gin jewellery after my own heart is this Gin & Tonic Bracelet from Ohyouprettythings77's Etsy shop. The bracelet is silver-plated, 17cm in length and comprises 13 cute little charms made from shrink plastic, each of which has been treated with a lacquer to prevent fading. If G&T's aren't your thing (what is wrong with you?!), then there are wine and margarita variations too. You can get this bracelet from Etsy for £9.00

Looking for something a little more personal? How about this wine bottle charm necklace from Beau Hannah's Etsy shop, which you can get with any initial or number of your choice; the ideal gift for a special birthday! This sweet little 3D silver plated wine bottle with a glossy solid silver plated disc is yours for £13.25 from Etsy


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