The Pipette Pendant is inspired by that essential piece of laboratory equipment for biologists and chemists, the micropipette. The modern adjustable micropipette used by scientists to move liquids from one tube to another was developed in 1969 by Warren Gilson and Henry Lardy of the United States. Being assigned a set of pipettes is often the first order of business when a scientist starts in a new lab. Accurately representing these indispensable scientific tools, the Pipette Pendant will become your go-to lab jewelry.
This pendant is 3 cm long (1.2 inches) below the loop.
The pendant is 3D printed in 14K gold plated brass or sterling silver, finished with a 45 cm/18 inch long gold plated silver chain, or silver chain to match, and is ready for gift giving with a gift box, polishing cloth, and care instructions.
All jewelry ships free of charge from the Ontogenie workshop in Germany. If you live outside of the EU, you may be charged customs or import fees.
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