Elegance is in the genetics of these science-inspired earrings!
Show off the inherent beauty of DNA in this awesome circular molecular biology-inspired earrings. The earring is shaped to represent the DNA double helix. Though this design can be replicated, we think you'll look fabulous wearing it on your ears. Be prepared to get compliments on your base pairs!
Take time to enjoy the happy little things in life, like our silver microscope necklace! Officially invented in the 1600’s, we use microscopes to view an array of microorganisms in various sciences, such as forensics, chemistry, and biology. Today, we’re able to discover all sorts of cures and clues, thanks to this convenient contraption. So go on, slide on this necklace and cell-ebrate a piece of history!
Bound to please!
Is your wardrobe giving you writer’s block? Are you lost in the stacks, searching for the perfect denouement to your outfit? Word. Shelve those tragic thoughts - we’ve got you covered with this spine-tingling accessory! Whether you’re a bibliophile, a writer, or in a chapter all your own, this inspirational book locket necklace will speak volumes at your next book club. This novel design is sure to be a bestseller, so reserve yours today to ensure a happy ending!
I LOVE YOU a 100 times!
This beautiful necklace projects "I love you" in 100 different languages of the world. The image can be seen in a couple of different ways.
The first method: open the phone camera software, aim the front of the necklace pendant with the phone lens. The micro-carving content in the pendant can be seen from the screen of the mobile phone.
The second method: turn on the flashlight function of the phone, and align the back of the jewel of the necklace pendant with the lens of the mobile phone. It is recommended to project light and shadow on a black background. The micro-carving font is clearer. You can see the micro-carving content in the pendant.
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Looking for a new addition to your wardrobe? We’ve got the answer - display your love of mathematics with the original calculator, the abacus! Although its exact origin is unknown, it’s been used throughout history by many cultures in multiple forms. Our design features the classic suanpan style which first appeared in China a few thousand years ago, distinguished by rows of two “heaven” (top) beads and five “earth” (bottom) beads. Add it to your collection before the count reaches zero!