Molecules for Daily Life
We think your body is beautiful -- especially super-close up. Closer. Clooooser. There. Anybody would be blown away checking out your molecules under the microscope, so we're here to make it easy. Because it's inconvenient to carry around a microscope.
What happens when a biological psychology professor slash jewelry-designer checks out the work of an optical microscopy research scientist? You end up with a breathtaking line of accessories that show off both the owner's design sensibilities and grey matter.
What is this stuff? It's a photomicrograph of a particular molecule taken by Michael W. Davidson of the Optical Microscopy Division of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at Florida State University (say that three times fast) then attached to a sterling silver finding using jeweler's grade sealant by our aforementioned biological psychology professor.
It's durable. You don't have to worry about getting it wet, and it comes packaged in a black and silver gift box along with an informational card about the molecular image chosen.
A sterling silver oval (14 x 10 mm) with the photomicrograph affixed is suspended from sterling silver chain on these French-hook earrings.
Choose from one of these three molecules:
- Caffeine - Our favorite molecule (shown at left).
- Dopamine - Everybody loves a happy neurotransmitter.
- Serotonin - Anti-depressant and OCD-inhibitor extraordinaire.