The human hand is a masterpiece of evolution.
Mute people use them as a way to communicate but for everybody else, hand signs and gestures can also be a way to emphasise or express something.
In football, their use is prohibited, unless it is the "hand of God", as it had been in the World Cup 68. Of course, the term "Hand of God" comes originally from religion, where it is a very old and widespread religious symbol for the power of God. This is the reason why it adorns numerous stained glass windows and paintings. Many profane artists also concentrated on the hand, such as Albrecht Dürer in his image “Praying Hands”.
Finally, it requires a careful study of the movement and the proportions of hands to immortalise it in a work of art. This is why there are hand models made out of wood.
With "Wooden Hand", the Danish company Hay offers a model of the hand which provides a number of functions. It can be used as a pen holder, somewhere to hang your rings and other jewellery or simply as a decorative object.
Differing from the standard-Wooden Hand from Hay, this one has a forearm, which serves to present longer chains and other pieces of jewellery.
The Hay Wooden Hand Forearm is made of high quality Samak wood and is available in different sizes.