This stylish men’s wedding band features a mokume gane inlay bordered by antique black grooves and polished white gold rails. It was created as a custom order for a client, and the organic pattern of the mokume ensures that this is truly a one-of-a-kind piece. Whether you’d like to order this ring as you see it, or you want to customize it a bit to make it better suit your personal style, our professional design team is ready to assist you, either online or onsite in our Bellevue, WA showroom.
The mokume in this particular ring consists of a combination of 14k rose gold and sterling silver. While using the same materials and technique in creating another ring will produce a similar pattern in the finished inlay, no two mokume pieces are ever exactly the same.
The methods used to create this type of piece were originally developed in Japan several hundred years ago, and it remains a challenging technique to master. Fortunately, our skilled artisans have the requisite experience necessary to execute it to perfection, resulting in exquisite pieces like this one. Mokume Jewelry Collection.
Shape and Finish
The mokume inlay in this ring is actually slightly concave, with adds another subtle layer of texture to the design. The sandblasted finish on the mokume also contrasts nicely with the polished 14k white gold rails, and the antique black rails running between those two sections give the piece a sense of completion.
While this may seem like a simple design, there are still many ways you can customize it and make it your own. For instance, you can adjust the width of the band depending on the size of your hand and how you like your rings to fit. You could also use a different type of metal for the band itself. Platinum is always a popular option for men’s wedding bands due to its durability, and rose or yellow gold could help create a more classical or vintage look if that’s what you’re after.
The mokume gane portion of the ring is another area ripe for customization, as you can mix and match different combinations of metals until you get the look you’re going for. This particular ring only uses two metals to make the mokume, but you can include three or even four if you choose.
Includes: Black Antique, Rose Gold, Mokume, Polished, Sandblasted, White Gold, Two-Tone,
Details listed for size 8.50
14k White Gold Ring
Mokume - Copper & Sterling Silver
6 mm wide