An interrobang is a little used punctuation mark combining a question mark (also called the interrogative point) and an exclamation mark (which typesetters refer to as a bang ). It was introduced in 1962 by Martin K. Speckter as a short hand punctuation for statements where neither mark alone exactly served the writer (as in She said what?!) My friend Kate calls it a “printer’s emoticon.”
This maple pendant is 3/4" wide, 1-1/4" high and 3/16" thick (2 × 3.2 x .4 cm) (chain not included).
The pendant comes in a gift box with a matching interrobang on the top.