Jam sculptures are up for sale at an art exhibition in London - supposedly made from Princess Diana's hair.
The preserve, called "occult jam," is part of a surrealist art show at London's Barbican Art Gallery.
"We thought about it and the most mundane food of all is jam. So we made it a surreal object," said Sam Bompas, founder of catering company Bompas and Parr.
The £5-a-jar product is both art and food and is made by infusing a tiny speck of the late Princess of Wales' hair with gin.
It is then combined with milk and sugar to create a product with a taste apparently resembling condensed milk.
The jelly chef said he decided to make the bizarre product to encourage people to think about food marketing and how language enhances the everyday eating experience.
The hair was bought on eBay for $10 from a US dealer who collects what he says is celebrity hair and sells it in extremely tiny parts.
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