This hand-carved ring has an expanded edge that is thicker on the top for a more dramatic look, yet is thinner on the sides and bottom for comfort. It also has a bevelled inner edge for a snug but comfortable fit.
This is one of my favorite bracelets to make. It is hand-carved and curved to fit around the wrist bone. I love creating the organic shape of the bracelet and of the carvings—it has a very feminine feel.
This piece is lightweight and delicately curves around the wrist.
“The word synclastic describes a form in which the dominant curves both move in the same direction. When the two dominant axes curve in opposite directions the result is known as an anticlastic form. A bowl is a synclastic form and a saddle is an anticlastic form.” (definition from the Ganoksin Project site)