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handmade origami jewelry
dedicated to women in STEM

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What our customers say...

“I cannot get enough of them. Having such feather light, funky, and beautiful jewelry has been a game changer. I can’t wait to add more to my collection!”


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Featured Jewelry

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Named after: Caroline Herschel, Astronomer

Meticulously cataloged the night sky in the late 1700s with her brother, astronomer William Herschel. She discovered over 20 comets and nebulae, for which she became the first woman to receive a salary for her scientific work. She was also the first woman to hold a government position in England.


Named after: Rosalind Franklin, Chemist

Her x-ray diffraction studies showed the double helix structure of DNA, which would inform Watson and Crick’s model of DNA, for which they won a Nobel Prize. Though Rosalind Franklin was not credited, Crick said her contribution had been critical. Aside from DNA, she also worked on understanding the molecular structures of RNA, graphite, coal, and viruses. 

The Caroline


Named after: Julia Morgan, Architect

Prolific architect and engineer who designed over 700 structures, including Hearst Castle in California. Her early usage of reinforced concrete for aesthetics made her buildings more earthquake resistant, many of which were tested during the great 1906 San Francisco earthquake.  She became the first woman to win the AIA Gold Medal for architecture posthumously in 2014.

The Julia
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