Sometimes the simplest things are the most striking. The perfect symmetry possible with modern machining has strewn our landscape with mathematically precise geometries, unseen to the casual users of products that contain them. Even when these shapes fail they are buried in their own graveyards without ceremony.
This steel bracelet was cut from gearteeth, heated in a forge and bent into shape, then milled out on the inside to be smooth. It was then varnished on the interior with Earth Safe Finishes’ Marine Varnish gloss, a non-toxic, water-based, low-VOC (volatile organic compound) sealant that will protect the wearer from the bare metal, which would otherwise rust.
I’ll be listing it on Etsy shortly.