Science Designs


DNA

705 DNA

715 XX and XY Chromosomes

Skeleton

720 Human Skeleton

Design features both female and male skeletons.

721 Neuron & Human Brain

Paramecium & Amoeba

725 Paramecium & Amoeba

Plant & Animal Cell Earrings

726 Plant & Animal Cells

Exremophiles

727 Extremophiles

Chemistry mole

730 Chemstry Mole

Chemistry glassware

735B Chemistry Glassware

Blue and yellow glassware.

Chemistry glassware

735G Chemistry Glassware

Green and red glassware.

Oxytocin

740 Oxytocin

745 Planet Earth

747 Space Shuttle

749 Cassini & Saturn

Mercury & Messenger

750 Mercury & Messenger

751 Hubble Telescope

Pluto & New Horizons

752 Pluto & New Horizons

Juno & Jupiter

753 Juno & Jupiter

The space craft Juno arrived at Jupiter just this past July. Soon we will be seeing spectacular images of the gas giant.

755 Mars Exploration

These and other space designs are available at the Mars Territorywebsite.

760 Apollo Mission

765 Planet and Star

Jupiter & Saturn

766 Gas Giants

Number Pi Earrings

770 Number Pi

Calculus

772 Calculus

Atom

775 Atom

UFO

780 UFO

Tornado

790 Tornado

Periodic Table of Earrings

This table illustrates all our known Jabebo Earrings element designs. We are working towards discovering the missing.

They may be ordered as matched sets, matched with periodic table, or any two elements may be paired

Hydrogen Earrings

1001 Hydrogen

Helium Earrings

1002 Helium

Lithium

1003 Lithium

Carbon Earrings

1006 Carbon

1007 Nitrogen

Oxygen Earrings

1008 Oxygen

Neon Earrings

1010 Neon

Sodium

1011 Sodium

Silicon Earrings

1014 Silicon

Phosphorus earrings

1015 Phosphorus

Sulfur earrings

1016 Sulfur

Chlorine

1017 Chlorine

Potassium

1019 Potassium

Calcium earrings

1020 Calcium

1026 Iron

Cobalt

1027 Cobalt

Copper

1029 Copper

Arsenic

1033 Arsenic

1036 Krypton

Zirconium

1040 Zirconium

Featuring Cubic Zirconia Diamonds which is a compound with Zirconium.

Silver earrings\

1047 Silver

Tin

1050 Tin

Iodine

1053 Iodine

Xenon

1054 Xenon

One of the gases that can be used in a plasma globe.

Caesium

1055 Caesium

Scientists used its properties to define a second very precisely and used to keep time in highly accurate atomic clocks.

1074 Tungsten

In the early 1900's Tungsten became a primary component of the glowing filament of most incandescent light bulbs.

Gold earrings

1078 Gold

Iconic as a use for wedding rings.

Mercury

1080 Mercury

Lead

1082 Lead

Used for so many ubiquitous applications until it was found to be highly poisonous.

Bismuth

1083 Bismuth

Crystallizes into a silvery mineral with light refracting properties that cause it to cast bright colors from various angles

Polonium Earrings

1084 Polonium

A very dangerous radioactive substance and may have been used as a poison in some high profile international incidents.

Radium

1088 Radium

Until it was found out how extremely radioactive and dangerous radium is, One application was to highlight the numbers on clocks and aircraft instruments so they glowed at night.

Uranium earrings

1092 Uranium

Often used as an energy source and often associated with this warning sign.

Plutonium

1094 Plutonium

So far does not seem to be good for much other than providing the worlds most destructive weapons

Curium

1096 Curium

Named after marine Curie who discovered the element radium and its radioactive properties.

Einstienium

1099 Einsteinium

Named after Albert Einstein.

Copernicium

1112 Copernicium

This recently discovered Element is named after Nicolaus Copernicus who's model put the Sun at the center of the solar system.