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Open Hardware Summit co-chair Alicia Gibb brought a wonderful surprise to this year’s event – handcrafted silver pendants made by her father, James Gibb. This is my new favorite necklace! James cut each of ten Open Hardware logo gears to make these beautiful pendants, wouldn’t you like one? Show support in the comments if you’d like to see these made more widely available.

Naturally, the logo design files are available in every imaginable format at the official OSHW logo repository.

Becky Stern

Becky Stern is head of wearable electronics at Adafruit Industries. Her personal site: sternlab.org


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  1. Looks awesome, I would be getting one or two for sure!

  2. Looks awesome, I would be getting one or two for sure!

  3. Looks awesome, I would be getting one or two for sure!

  4. I’d buy this at a reasonable price (or if it supported a business doing good OSH work, say by helping them offset their CNC purchase)

  5. I’d buy this at a reasonable price (or if it supported a business doing good OSH work, say by helping them offset their CNC purchase)

  6. I’d buy this at a reasonable price (or if it supported a business doing good OSH work, say by helping them offset their CNC purchase)

  7. Alicia Gibb says:

    Thank you for posting this Becky! I talked to my dad and he’s gotten a few emails about people wanting them, so he will make a few more pendants! He is a traditional jeweler, so they are all hand-made sterling silver. With the cable chain they are $80. If you’d like to order one, email me at amgibb [at] gmail.com

    Alicia Gibb

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