An all wood truncated Dodecahedron. This is what happens when you clip off the vertices of a regular dodecahedron, you get 12 decagons, 20 equilateral triangles, 60 vertices and (hard to believe) 90 individual pieces of wood. Each piece is mitered on both ends with such a slight taper, they all lean into the imaginary center point of the entire piece.
This would be a nice hanging lamp or table top sculpture in a 1950s Atomic Age decor.
9" tall, I stain them light (shown) dark (walnut) or red (cherry) wood stain, then seal with clear polyurethane.