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The world's most expensive jelly

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Jellymongers Bompas & Parr have taken their skills to new heights with the creation of the world’s most expensive jellies.

Commissioned by Sony to celebrate the finale of its Sony Xperia Unleashed campaign, Bompas & Parr have created three bespoke jelly robots for the brand, totalling £6,000.

The A4-sized jelly robots have been modelled on the tiny models seen in Wes Anderson's Made of Imagination video, and their high price-tag comes courtesy of expensive ingredients and precious metals.

While still pleasingly wobbly, the three jelly robots boast gemstones for eyes, pistachio and platinum microchips, white truffle valves, orchid-infused switches and even precious metals for cogs.

With previous projects ranging from a nine-hole cake-based golf course to Victorian feasts, creating £6,000 jelly Xperiabots is just another day at work for Bompas & Parr.

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