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 Platinum And 14K Gold Custom Men's Mokume Band - Three-Quarter View -  100012
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Custom Men's Mokume Band

Item #100012 $6,296

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Men's Wedding Band Description

This elegant men’s wedding ring features a beautiful mokume gane inlay set to one side of a wide platinum band, accented by a narrow polished rail. It was designed as a custom piece for a client, and the way it integrates several different types of features can help inform your own custom project. Design Your Own Wedding Ring

If you’re interested in having a ring made, you can visit our Bellevue, WA showroom personally, or you can reach out to us through the Ring Builder feature on our website. We work with clients from across the country and all over the world, and we’re committed to making the piece of your dreams, no matter what type of style or features you’re looking for.

Band Design

This band is platinum and 9mm wide in total. One half of its surface is flat and brushed, giving the metal a somewhat softer appearance. The other half holds the mokume gane inlay, which also features a brushed finish but is set down slightly lower than the platinum on either side.

Bordering the mokume on the outside is a thinner platinum rail, and this is polished to a high shine. The contrast between the matte surface on the rest of the ring and the polish on the rail is subtle, as the surface area of the rail is not that big, but it does help highlight the separation and asymmetry of the design.

Mokume Gane Inlay

The mokume itself is a beautiful combination of 14k rose gold and sterling silver. Its pattern is reminiscent of wood grain, and it’s the product of a special forging process that our artisans have mastered. Mokume Jewelry

The technique used to make mokume gane was developed several hundred years ago in Japan, and it was originally used to make decorative sheaths and handles for samurai swords. Over time, it was adapted for use in fine jewelry as well, and there are quite a few options when it comes to the combinations of metal you can use and the style of pattern that will appear in the finished piece.

Includes: Mokume , Brushed , Polished , Platinum , Contrasting Finish


To reduce color fading, avoid friction against any surface. Avoid wearing your mokume ring during exercise, construction work, gardening, or other abrasive activities. When owning a mokume gane ring with oxidization, avoid chlorine or other similar chemicals as they eat away the patina.

Details listed for size: 10.00:
Platinum Ring
Mokume - 14k Rose Gold & Sterling Silver
9 mm wide
Comfort Fit
Heavy Duty

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