Ada Lovelace Lapel Pin

Ada Lovelace Lapel Pin

Regular price $10.00

Known as the mother of programming, Ada Lovelace was a founder of scientific computing and daughter of the notorious poet Lord Byron.

Her notes were crucial to of Alan Turing's work building the first modern computers. While others had focused on the machine’s ability to calculate, Lovelace envisioned that a computer could be so much more.

This pin features the silhouette of the "Enchantress of Numbers,” Ada Lovelace.

  • Measures 1" tall. 
  • High polished gold finish lapel pin. 
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    • Orders are shipped from NYC via USPS.
      • First Class Mail arrives approximately 3-5 days after shipment.
      • Priority Mail arrives approximately 2-3 days after shipment.
      • Priority Mail Express usually arrives the day after shipment, though it may take 2 days depending on location.
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    • The jewelry is coated with a top quality sealant to slow the tarnishing process.
    • Avoid getting the jewelry wet or having it come into contact with sunscreen and other lotions, as this may tarnish the piece.

    Known as the mother of programming, Ada Lovelace was a founder of scientific computing and daughter of the notorious poet Lord Byron.

    Her notes were crucial to of Alan Turing's work building the first modern computers. While others had focused on the machine’s ability to calculate, Lovelace envisioned that a computer could be so much more.


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