These 3D-Printed Ring Designs Let You Eat Cake, Cookies and Berries

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jan 22, 2015
References: tourdefork.net & designtaxi
These 3D-printed ring designs from TourDeFork offer up the perfect trifecta of food, technology and fashion. The acrylic rings were formed with 3D printing, CNC technology and laser cutting, creating specific shapes like points, claws and pincers to hold treats like cookies, cakes and fresh fruits.

Although these plain accessories seem so simple, the addition of a food item acts like the jewel that makes each piece precious. Although TourDeFork created these unusual ring designs specifically for Italian magazine CASAfacile as a way to show the future of DIY, rather than using plates, any of these five unique rings would be a novel way to serve fruits and desserts at a party that people would definitely remember. Without sacrificing taste, treats can be enjoyed without needlessly creating waste, especially since the rings could be used more than once.