Mandelbrot Fractal inlay necklace
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Two pieces of hardwood meticulously joined. The Mandelbrot fractal is one of the most iconic fractal forms, named for the man who coined the term “fractal,” Benoit Mandelbrot. The real thing shows the same curve at every scale, a property called “self-similarity.” Ours is as detailed as the laser can make it.
These are available in standard (figured) maple & (black) walnut, or in a variety of exotics, hardwoods & burls. There are tons of variations, and stock is relative to how much of each material I find. We do not purchase unsustainable lumber. These pieces are reclaimed, scrap or gifts from other woodworkers.
Species in the grab-bag hardwoods include purple heart, canary wood, lingnum vitae, rosewood, amboyna burl, marble wood, spalted maple, curly walnut, ebony, tineo, osage orange, mahogany, & more… It’s a surprise!