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This pendant is derived from an Enneper surface. In mathematics, an Enneper surface is a self-intersecting surface introduced by Alfred Enneper 1864 in connection with minimal surface theory. Other than the self-intersecting part, I don't understand much of the other details about this surface, but I like the way it looks. It sort of resembles a flower in some ways. My surface has holes in it and has had various dimensions scaled here and there. The polished steel surfaces give it an elegant yet rustic appearance.
The neck cord shown is not included but you can purchase a necklace along with your pendant order.