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Gold Teeth: Cast and Wear Your Child's Lost Teeth

My six-year-old has a mouth full of wiggly teeth. She's still got them all, but any day now I know my daughter will accomplish another milestone. It's hard to believe she's getting so big, but I don't think I'm sentimental enough to wear a cast of her lost tooth. Le Knockout gives new meaning to the phrase "gold teeth." Believing that "the charms of youth are fleeting," designer Kim Kovel created her collection after she cast and wore her son's first fallen tooth. Mothers can capture their own children's moments with the line that includes rings, bracelets, pendants and earrings ($299 - $2,359) made in gold and pave varieties. The original tooth is returned with the commemorative piece. What's your opinion of these accessories?

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Comments
Bettye-Wayne
Bettye-Wayne
When first read the headline, I thought they were making grills for kids. This just doesn't appeal to me as fashion; maybe I would hang them on my Christmas tree. What are you supposed to do with lost teeth? My girl hasn't started losing teeth yet, I haven't really considered it.
FrankiLee
FrankiLee
I think it's a cute idea, but I think I'd feel a little weird wearing my child's tooth on a necklace. MissSushi, I probably will save my daughter's first tooth! It does seem kind of creepy....but I don't think I could bring myself to throw it in the garbage, haha!
snowysakurasky
snowysakurasky
talk about a niche product... smart lady!
MissSushi
MissSushi
lol ewwwwww. Sorry, but no, i'd never do something like this. My mom saved our first lost teeth in her jewelry box and i thought that was creepy (but really very sweet) enough. I cant imagine having them cast in gold haha.
runningesq
runningesq
Creepy. And expensive.
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