Breast milk jewelry

Texas mom Bridgette Boudreaux has figured out a way to turn breast milk into jewelry, allowing mothers to permanently "commemorate the bond between mother and child." She calls her business JoBri Milk Charms, and she boasts, "You're getting what came from you." She can also add some placental blood to the jewelry, upon request.

I have the nagging feeling that we've seen breast-milk jewelry before here at WU, but I searched and can't find it anywhere. So maybe not.

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     Posted By: Alex - Thu Feb 04, 2016
     Category: Jewelry

Just waiting for someone to some outfit to market dingleberries as an accessory--which, unlike this stuff, is more marketable to the green set as there is very little (if any) additional processing required.
Posted by crc on 02/04/16 at 09:39 AM
Well, when you've got a winning idea there's no sense in not milking it for all it's worth.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 02/04/16 at 10:42 AM
I remember breast milk cheese from a NY chef. Maybe that's what you were thinking?
Posted by Mountainrider on 02/04/16 at 01:48 PM
Ick and Double Ick!
Posted by KDP on 02/04/16 at 03:15 PM
I'd stay with a locket with a lock of hair and picture.
Posted by BMN on 02/04/16 at 04:28 PM
If you're getting where you came from how about some jewelry made from "other bodily fluids" ?
Posted by BrokeDad in Midwest US on 02/04/16 at 04:32 PM
>>how about some jewelry made from "other bodily fluids" ?

No reason it wouldn't work. I'm sure that would be a gift any girl would cherish.
Posted by Alex on 02/04/16 at 05:55 PM
What about the fluids that stained Monica's dress. Are they now stored away in a secret FBI vault along with The Arc of the Covenant?
Posted by Gator Guy on 02/04/16 at 08:59 PM
If you wish to make some artificial coprolite jewellery from your loved ones faeces, here is a method to petrify wood. I am not sure if the process will transfer?
Posted by BMN on 02/04/16 at 09:13 PM
Why not, you're already wearing that cremation ash jewelry you had made when your cat died.
Posted by Fritz G on 02/05/16 at 08:22 AM
I'm pretty sure we've had breast milk ice cream, as well. On the site, that is, not in person.
Posted by Richard Bos on 02/15/16 at 05:49 AM
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