Pasta Jewelry Exists, and it’s Making Me Hungry

Remember how pasta necklaces were all the rage back in preschool? Now that you’re a couple decades older, you can upgrade your carb-inspired jewelry to something that involves less craft paint and yarn and more way more silver.

Delicacies Jewelry recently paired up with Barilla to release a line of necklaces inspired by pasta shapes. It’s called Al Dente, and I want it all: Cast in sterling silver, the charms come in shapes ranging from long, skinny bucatini to classic, bow-tie-shaped farfalle.

And it’s all for a good cause: With every purchase of one of these carb-inspired necklaces, Delicacies Jewelry provides 20 meals to help feed the hungry. The various charities include the Food Bank for New York City, Share Our Strength, No Kid Hungry and New York’s City Harvest.

Just try not to buy one in every type of pasta.

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BUY NOW Sterling Silver Bucatini Necklace, DELICACIES JEWELRY, $85

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BUY NOW Sterling Silver Farfalle Necklace, DELICACIES JEWELRY, $85

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BUY NOW Sterling Silver Orecchiette Necklace, DELICACIES JEWELRY, $85

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BUY NOW Sterling Silver Penne Rigate Necklace, DELICACIES JEWELRY, $85

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