This handsome men’s wedding ring features a squared band made of hand-forged mokume gane, with a sandblasted and lightly acid etched finish. It’s a classy and timeless piece, and we can work with you to customize it in any way you choose. Whether you’re local and can visit our Bellevue, WA showroom personally, or you live several states away, our expert design team will guide you through the custom design process and ensure the piece you come away with is exactly what you had in mind. Design Your Own Wedding Ring
The term mokume gane refers to the product of a specialized forging process developed several hundred years ago in Japan. It was originally used to make decorative handles and sheaths for samurai swords, but it was quickly adapted to other uses as well, including in jewelry. The technique involves layering very thin sheets of different metals together and then forging them in a particular way, and this is what produces the flowing, organic designs you see in this piece. Mokume Creations
Due to the nature of the forging process, no two mokume gane pieces will every be completely identical. If you do see a type of design you like, however, we can use the same metals and method when forging your piece, and you can expect about an 80% pattern match.
The mokume in this ring is made from a combination of 14k palladium white gold and sterling silver. From the side, it’s easy to see how the layers of metal create almost concentric circles around the ring, and this contrasts nicely with the organic design on the top.
This band is squared on the outside, with gently curved sides coming together at four distinct corners. The interior is still perfectly round, and it’s slightly domed to create a comfort fit. The ring is also sandblasted, and it’s lightly acid etched to make the distinction between the two metals a bit clearer.
Includes: Mokume, Sandblasted, Etched, Square Band,
Details listed for size 9.25
Mokume - 14k Palladium White Gold & Sterling Silver
6 mm wide