Is there anything more quintessentially British than a cup of tea?

The French have the Mona Lisa.

Italians are proud of Michelangelo's beautiful Sistine Chapel.

And Britons have the humble cup of tea.

It’s often held up as the answer to many of life’s little problems. 

And as a nation, we’re drinking a whopping 60 billion cups of it every single year.

That’s an awful lot of boiling, brewing and sipping.

But what’s a cup of tea without a biscuit?

From gingernuts to digestives, the rich tea biscuit is the king of all the tea-dunking biscuits.

And now you can do more than eat it, you can actually wear it…

All thanks to a special collaboration between quirky London jewellers True Rocks and British artist Gavin Turk.


Calling all tea and biscuit lovers!

Together, True Rocks and Gavin Turk have elevated the humble biscuit into a wearable piece of art.

They’ve created the limited edition “Bitten” Rich Tea Biscuit Pendant.

Handcrafted in London and finished to an impeccable standard, the pendant is engraved with the classic indentations and branding found on traditional rich tea biscuits.

Making it instantly recognisable.

Plus, it’s finished with Gavin Turk’s signature.

Who was clearly peckish when designing the necklace, as it’s already had a bite taken out of it.

These pendants are limited edition.

True Rocks have created a limited number of these pendants, so you’ll be one of only a few people who own it.

It’s a collectable piece of jewellery that you’ll own forever.

It makes the perfect unique Christmas gift for tea-lovers!

We all know someone who can’t get through the day without a cup of a tea and a handful of biscuits. (Guilty!)

It’s not just a snack, it’s a ritual.

This fun necklace is a unique gift that tea-lovers will instantly fall in love with.  

The quality of the necklace is second to none.

Handcrafted in London, each pendant is finished with an exceptional level of care and attention to detail.

Cast in sterling silver, the pendant is available in three finishes. 

Choose from sterling silver, 18kt yellow gold plated or 18kt rose gold plated.

It comes on an adjustable 16-18 inch fine chain.  

And the biscuit pendant feels weighty in the hand, coming in at 15 grams.

True Rocks are renowned for their fun and quirky jewellery designs.

The brand was started by Emily Bradbury and Dawn Hindle after they met in Ibiza in 2014.

Their unique designs reflect their lifestyle and influences including music, fashion and art.

From safety pins to coat hangers, pen nibs to globes...

True Rocks jewellery is different and eye catching.

The collaboration with Gavin Turk came after years of admiring his artwork.

“In 2006, I saw Gavin Turk’s Rich Tea ‘Bitten’ Biscuit artwork at the Art Car Boot Fair. I bought the artwork and proudly displayed it in my home and when True Rocks was born in 2014, there was a real cartoon light bulb moment, after almost ten years of walking past it, looking at it and loving it. It suddenly dawned on me that it would make the most stunning piece of jewellery!”

Want to know the best thing about this biscuit pendant?

It has no shelf-life.

The one-off design is so charming that it will never age.

You can buy the Rich Tea Pendant here for £395.

There's only a limited number in stock so buy today to avoid any disappointment. 

Now I think it’s time to stick the kettle on…