For many years Jordon spent much of his creative hours sketching symmetrical designs. This Hamsa being one of them is an original drawing wood burned by hand onto a contoured live edge Black Walnut slab. Hours go into sanding alone before the intensive 20+ hours of precise wood burning and gem cutting.
The name is inspired by the mythology of the three witches (depicted in the fingers) who see the future through the all seeing eye (placed at the base of the palm). The gems across the top are Agatized Kelp Tube cabochons with Amber facets in the center finger and eye.