Posts Tagged ‘geek jewelry’
Here are some pieces I’ve designed for this holiday season, only available through Fractalspin. They are all one-of-a-kind, except for the Microprocessor Necklace (bottom left), $22, which is an edition of four. The Audio Amplifier Filigree Necklace, $140, (top left) was a fun one to make (if a bit time consuming), and discovering enough rare yellow capacitors resulted in the Yellow Capacitor Necklace $65 (bottom right).
An engineering friend sent me a care package of various surplus components, and I hadn’t felt inspired to transform them until recently to make them into cool, one-off necklaces, the 2012 Microchip Necklaces (top right), $34. What you don’t see is the failures (thankfully), but playing around is part of the process. I picked out the coolest ones and made unique necklaces out of them. These will make some girl very happy this holiday season.
All of them come with a Certificate of Authenticity that was inspired by Microsoft’s Windows 95 Certificate of Authenticity.
This one-of-a-kind necklace features a hand-shaped filigree made from wire in the center, decorated with blue resistors in three sizes: 1.5Kohm, 1.5ohm, and .2ohm. Four strands of soldered chain connect the front piece with the clasp in back. The strands are connected on a swivel to prevent tangling of the chain.
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a removable necklace extender. With the extender, it is adjustable from 14.5″-18″.
Matching earrings are also included.
Available at Fractalspin