Mathematician Sophie Germain Cameo Necklace

Mathematician Sophie Germain Cameo Necklace

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Sophie Germain was French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher.

Unable to obtain a formal education due to her gender, she was completely self taught. She was a pioneer of elasticity theory, and her work on Fermat's Last Theorem provided a foundation for mathematicians exploring the subject for hundreds of years.

This cameo necklace features the silhouette of mathematician Sophie Germain.
  • Purchase includes a $5 USD donation to the non-profit Girls Who Code.
  • This pendant measures 1" tall is available in multiple finishes-
    • Textured sterling silver  on an 18" sterling silver chain.
    • Satin sterling silver  on an 18" sterling silver chain.
    • Frosted sterling silver on an 18" sterling silver chain.
    • Textured copper on an 18" black plated chain.
    • Frosted brass on an 18" antique brass chain.

Each necklace is completely handmade, so the item you receive may vary slightly from the one pictured.

  • Processing times are currently 2-3 weeks, as items are often made to order.
  • Need it sooner? To request rush processing, fill out this form before your purchase. 
  • 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.
  • Please confirm that your shipping address at checkout is correct, as once an item is shipped I cannot redirect it. 
  • Due to the handmade nature of my items, I cannot accept refunds or exchanges. Please purchase seriously.
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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.

Sophie Germain was French mathematician, physicist, and philosopher.

Unable to obtain a formal education due to her gender, she was completely self taught. She was a pioneer of elasticity theory, and her work on Fermat's Last Theorem provided a foundation for mathematicians exploring the subject for hundreds of years.


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