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This pendant is inspired by the Radiolaria Anthocyrtium. Radiolaria are aquatic protists that form fantastically intricate silica-containing shell. The sea floor is composed of their microscopic fossilized skeletons. Ontogenie Design allows you to view and wear the shells of these amazing creatures, in three dimensions, without the aid of a microscope.

The jewelry is created by 3D-printing in wax followed by metal casting in solid bronze. The Anthocyrtium pendant is left unpolished after casting to preserve a rougher texture.

Originally 71 Euro, this pendant is ready to ship. All items are gift-wrapped in original, recyclable Ontogenie packaging and then shipped insured by registered mail.

The pendant will be shipped with a rose gold-plated sterling silver anchor chain.

The Anthocyrtium pendant is 2.6cm wide by 4cm tall.

Frequently asked questions about Ontogenie

All of my designs are achieved by 3D-printing combined with lost wax casting. If I have the piece you want in stock, I can usually ship it the next day. If it isn't in stock, please allow 3 weeks for printing until I can ship it.
Are you fond of an organism, but don't see it in my collection? Let me know, I look forward to hearing from you. ontogenie3d@gmail.com
All of my pieces are gift wrapped in Ontogenie recycled paper boxes containing shredded wood and finished with twine.

SALE- 25% OFF- Plankton Radiolarian - Anthocyrtium bronze pendant - Marine Biology - Science Jewelry


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  • Handmade item
  • Material: bronze
  • Primary color: Bronze
  • Material: bronze
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Germany
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