No, that's a bone thing. The only bones that can be perpetuated to grow by weight lifting is primarily within your axial skeleton. Heavy squats, heavy deads, heavy shrugs, anything that creates an enormous amount of stress down the center of your body, but it has to be enormous. The threshold of your bones to be stressed to the point of growth excitation is pretty high once you're an adult.
Under that principle, I imagined if you did Db wrists curls with 100lbs db you might be able to excite that process, but you would thrash your joints, so I don't recommend that.
Just work hard on your forearms and create the illusion of thickness.
P.S. I don't know your age, but if you're still young enough, then you might still have some extra bone coming in during the upcoming years. Otherwise, hit those forearms, both flexors and extensors (and I'll throw in brachioradialus)