Sierpinski Triangle Necklace
Basic Description: An infinite figure in a fractal dimension represented by the Sierpinski triangle in an elegant necklace.
Technical Description: Necklace made of sterling silver. Measurements: 41x48x2.5 mm. Includes 45cm silver chain.
The science behind the jewel
A fractal is an object whose structure is repeated on different scales. It has the peculiarity that no matter how closely or far away we observe it, we will always see the same structure.
Fractals mark a transition between order and chaos and mathematics in nature. They abound in vegetation (cauliflower or ornamental plants like ferns), in landscapes of the Doñana and its marshes in Spain or in the incredible forms that water takes as it freezes.
Interestingly, in our own body we can also find structures that follow a fractal pattern, such as the vascular network, the bronchial ramifications, the neural network, the disposition of the glands, etc.
Waclaw Sierpinski was a Polish mathematician from the beginning of the twentieth century who investigated different forms of fractals. The most well-known triangle “The Sierpinski Triangle” bears his name.
The silversmiths in Cordoba are renowned for their craftsmanship. All our pieces are made by expert jewellers in Cordoba city. This guarantees professionalism in the elaboration and finishing details of each design. The pieces bear a perforation which guarantees that the products are made only with sterling silver 925.
According to international standards on objects manufactured with precious metals, the proportion of weight when the pure precious metal enters an alloy is outlined by law. Silver in its natural state is a very manageable or soft metal and it is necessary to mix it with other alloys to make it more resistant. In the case of the sterling silver used in our pieces, the proportion is pure silver: 92.5% and Copper: 7.5%. This complies with the quality standards demanded by the major brands for jewellery.
Box, Cultivation (Petri dish)