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Sierpinski Triangle Necklace

Fractals have always been visually appealing, and the Sierpinski Triangle is no exception! Although it was mathematically described for the first time by Waclaw Sierpinski in 1915, the pattern itself has been found Italian cathedral mosaics dating to the 13th century.

The pendant comes in your choice of gold or silver colored polished steel, hung from a gold plated or silver steel chain respectively, or an adjustable black leather cord with ceramic beads. You may also choose the orientation which appeals most to your eye: point up (the traditional Sierpinski Triangle representation)...or point down (adding a touch of Modern Art Deco flair).

Perfect for:

  • Mathematicians
  • Teachers, artists, fashion icons
  • Anyone with an appreciation for the beauty of this pattern.