A gentleman came to us with a small medical device. He had worn this medical device implanted in his chest for several years. He now wanted to wear it "on the outside", and commissioned us to make the device into a necklace.

The only stipulation was we were to keep the device 100% intact and not alter it in any way. Our solution was to build a minimalist custom wire frame to secure the device to a sterling silver mounting plate.

Titanium, Silicone, 14k Gold, Sterling Silver

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