design
How a Pope's Chalice Is Made

I don't know why I find something so mundane so fascinating but I can't get enough of watching Argentinian silversmith Juan Carlos Pallarols create a chalice for Pope Francis. It's incredible just to see his hands and tools shape what will be the cup for the holiest man in the world. Read More >>

money
30-Year Quest Ends In £10 Million Gold and Silver Coin Treasure

Thirty years ago, a farmer found a few Iron Age silver coins while working on his land in Jersey. Now, after combing the soil with metal detectors for three decades, two treasure hunters have found a hoard of silver and gold coins, the biggest of its kind, valued at £10 million. Read More >>

food
Now You Can Actually Buy That Edible Gold Spray to Make All Your Food Tasteless

Remember that edible spray paint that you could use make anything gold coloured to live out your Goldmember fantasies with? Now you can actually buy it in the UK and give your Yorkshire puddings a bit of sparkle. Read More >>

coffee
This One-Inch Pot Actually Brews Coffee

This sterling silver coffee pot, standing less than an inch tall, is actually capable of brewing your morning fix. That is, of course, if you don't need much caffeine to start your day. Read More >>

gps
Location Based Jewellry Helps the GPS Obsessed Accessorise

This pendant from Fluid Forms will knock the socks off your location-crazed friends and bore the uninitiated who think GPS is an acronym for Great Public Schools. Read More >>

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