A recursive system is one whose definition includes itself. Recursion is found all throughout nature, from snails' shells to dandelions to hurricanes. It allows complex patterns to be derived from simple rules. This is of special advantage to computers, which rely heavily on recursive functions for many of their essential operations.
This pendant is a prime example of how simple recursion can result in some of the most intriguing forms. Thirteen hexagons, arranged concentrically, spiral inwards to form a pattern that is both simple and beautiful. Features a hidden loop in the back for a cord or chain.