This mokume gane men’s wedding band features a unique pattern forged from the combination of rose gold, palladium white gold, and sterling silver. It was custom made for a client who needed it quickly for her wedding in Hawaii, and we were able to create this gorgeous piece for her within the time frame she required. Although they had originally wanted to incorporate her fiancé's grandfather’s gold ring into a unique setting, the couple fell in love with the mokume design and decided to go with that instead.
The mokume gane technique was originally developed in Japan in the 1700s for use in making decorative sheaths and handles for samurai swords. It involves layering several different metals together and then forging them so that they mix to create lovely patterns reminiscent of wood grain.
Because of the nature of this process, each mokume piece carries its own unique pattern, and that makes it an excellent choice when you want to create a truly one-of-a-kind ring to mark such a special time in your life.
This ring in particular was made using 14k palladium white gold, 14k rose gold, and sterling silver, and the colors of these metals complement each other nicely in combination. The sandblasted finish helps to emphasize the organic nature of the design, and it gives the ring an understated, contemporary feel.
Creating a piece of mokume jewelry requires a great deal of skill and experience. Our artisans have an ample supply of both, and this is what allows us to offer you lovely and unique custom pieces like this one.
If you’re interested in creating a personalized wedding ring, our professional designers are here to assist you. We’ll work closely with you from the very beginning to ensure that your vision is fully reflected in the finished piece.
Includes: Mokume, Etched, Floral, Sandblasted,
Details listed for size 10.00
Mokume - 14k Palladium White Gold, 14k Rose Gold & Sterling Silver
7 mm wide