Unique, science-inspired, fossil dinoflagellate silver pendant on a sterling silver necklace.
Commissioned in celebration of the 50th anniversary of ‘The Palynological Society’, in collaboration with jeweler and designer.
material: sterling silver
weight pendant: 18.8g
weight chain: 4.6 g
closes with: lobster claw fastener
Made from images of a real pollen grain imaged with super-resolution microscopy.
This item is sold through AASP-The Palynological Society.
For purchase contact the AASP-TPS secretary S.Stukins@nhm.ac.uk
Name: Diphyes recurvatum
About: This is a type of unicellular marine algae, which evolved in the oceans of Maastrichtian age, during the final days of the dinosaurs. (~72-62 million years ago).
Made from images of an actual dinoflagellate using Airyscan Super-resolution Microscopy.
Note: Image gallery display fossil pollen pendant for comparison, it is not included when purchasing the dinoflagellate necklace.