Porcelain Macaroni Necklace
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Wear your food.
This necklace brings us back to our first DIY project, trading in edible macaroni for a tongue-in-cheek white porcelain version. Choose from either the copper (with the blue clasp) or gold chain and purchase it as a memento for yourself or as a gift for Mom—just don’t be surprised when she starts to pull out your second grade art projects in nostalgia.
Photography by Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Painted white porcelain macaroni and brass chain.
Each macaroni is 1” wide, on an 18” long chain.
Meet the Maker
SIN is a Brooklyn-based design company committed to bringing functional, handcrafted, and thoughtful designs for the home. Founder Virginia Sin grew up around ceramics, and revisited the medium after studying graphic design. Her design of her porcelain paper plate received media attention and won sustainability and design awards, and it's easy to see why. Her work is beautiful and useful -- and we're not the only ones who think so, as her plates are also used to serve at Eleven Madison Park restaurant in NYC.View Full Profile
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