All About Sorcery Science

Who is Sorcery Science?

Carrie - Maker Extraordinaire!


Owner, Designer, Maker

I'm Carrie, the right brain of Sorcery Science! I'm a Science Teacher at the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. When not teaching or making I love to read, practice foreign languages, learn new things, and run or rock climb. I also snuggle cats in my free time.

The resemblance is uncanny!


Owner, Designer, Maker

I'm Joe, the left brain of Sorcery Science. By day I'm a software engineer, by night I design molecule jewelry & renovate my house to accommodate all of the machines we keep adding to our maker space. I also love rock climbing, video games, & movies!

What is "Sorcery Science?"

Our business gets its name from the technology we use to create our products. Watching the laser cutter, 3D printer, CNC mill, vacuum former, vinyl cutter, silk screen, embroidery machine, or sewing machine work very quickly realizes our artwork in physical media. It looks like Sorcery, but really it's Science!

What does "Science Jewelry Inspired by Nature Mean?"

We are inspired by the world around us and we look at nature -- from the microscopic to the cosmic -- and the compounds we use daily to find inspiration for our jewelry. We then design our jewelry with scientific accuracy in mind.

What is Molecular Structure Jewelry?

Molecular structure jewelry is jewelry designed to match the elemental composition of those molecules or how the elements combine inside those compounds. The engraved sections show places where elements are double bonded to one another.

What materials do we use?

All ear wires, jump rings, and necklaces used by Sorcery Science are made from hypoallergenic, nickel-free, fine silver plated surgical steel. Jewelry made in findings of other materials (Sterling Silver, Gold, etc.) are available by special request.

Pendants can generally be made from any color acrylic or species of wood, including those not listed on in our store. Please contact us to make a special request. Where possible we stabilize the wood we use with resin to improve resilience and strength.

Our metal pendants are currently only available in stainless steel.