It is first and foremost the grasping tool of humans: the hand. Mute people use them as a means of communication but also all other people express something by hand signals or emphasize what has been said with hand gestures.
Using your hands is forbidden in soccer unless it is the "hand of God" in the game, as happened at the 1986 FIFA World Cup. Of course, the term "hand of God" originally comes from religion, where it is a very ancient and widespread religious symbol of the God's power and therefore adorns numerous glass windows and paintings. But many profane artists have also taken up the theme of the hand in their works, such as Albrecht Dürer in his painting "Praying Hands".
Last but not least, it requires a detailed study of the motor skills and the proportions of hands in order to perpetuate them in a work of art. For this reason, there are corresponding hand models made of wood.
With the Wooden Hand the Danish company Hay offers such a model of a hand, which also offers many other uses. Whether as a pen holder, as a storage of rings and other jewelry or simply as a decorative object in the living room or study - the applications of the Wooden Hand are variable.
The Wooden Hand is made of high quality Samak wood and available in three different sizes.