By Alex Garrison
November 19, 2012
They begin as square blocks, these things of beauty.
They’re formed in pressing exotic hardwoods, ordered in from around the world — zebra wood, ebony, anything pretty and pretty rare. Then they get taken down to a well-equipped little workshop tucked away from the world on Kasold Drive.
Paul Kincaid, an active and by all accounts very happy soon-to-be 92-year-old man, then crafts them from blocks of wood into beloved bracelets.
The bracelets then go to any number of women Kincaid comes across — family friends, his devoted patients from his 67-year-old dental practice, even presidential first ladies.
Read the rest of the article about Paul Kincaid on LJWorld.com.