## Moebius Strip ring

The Moebius Strip is a mathematical classic, and even for rings it has been used for many decades at least. Our version of the Moebius Strip ring, however, is special. Its shape is defined by a mathematical formula!

The Moebius Strip is a mathematical classic, and even for rings it has been used for many decades at least. Our version of the Moebius Strip ring, however, is special. Its shape is defined by a mathematical formula!

The Moebius Strip is a mathematical classic, and even for pendants it has been used for many decades at least. Our version of the Moebius Strip pendant, however, is special. Its shape is defined by a mathematical formula!

The Moebius Strip is a mathematical classic, and even for rings it has been used for many decades at least. Our version of the Moebius Strip pendant, however, is special. Its shape is defined by a mathematical formula!

A trefoil knot is the simplest non-trivial mathematical knot. It has been known for thousands of years.

At first sight, our speed curve pendant might seem to consist of some arbitrary wire. But this is not true at all. Almost every detail is defined by mathematical formulas.

It was back in the 1872 Göttingen, Germany, at a meeting of the scientific society. Alfred Clebsch and Felix Klein each presented a model of a cubic surface. Our modern versions of these historical - nowadays quite famous - sculptures are the main figures in our photo.

This object looks like a piece of art. But in fact, it is "just" a mathematical curve, called 7/3 torus knot. Imagine a donut, and then tie a cord around it in some interesting way.

This so-called Boy surface represents a fascinating example of a non-orientable surface. The first such surface was constructed by Werner Boy in his dissertation in 1902.