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Feb. 14, 2012

02142012 + j = ♥ (Where j=jewels)

by Annette Heist

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OK, so maybe Valentine’s Day is a holiday created by a large greeting card company. I don’t care. A day in the middle of (most-hated-month) February to drink champagne, eat chocolate, and receive presents is alright with me.
 
For those of you doing the present buying, I have sifted through the Etsy world of objects-that-should-not-be-crocheted and retro owl thingies, on your behalf. Enjoy this treasure chest of sciencey jewels.
 
 
 
Cell membrane necklace from uncommongoods.com.
Solar system bracelet from chainofbeing.
Cutie Pi necklace from surlyramics.com
Beaker earrings from Coconut Head Jewelry.
Serotonin necklace from molecularmuse.
Chemistry cufflinks from shopgibberish.
Darwin cuff from JezebelCharms.
(If you make jewelry for science types, send me a link. Email sciarts (at) sciencefriday.com.)
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About Annette Heist

Annette Heist is a former senior producer for Science Friday.

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