Mokume-gane is a metalsmithing technique from Japan that is creating by fusing layers of metal and then manipulating those layers (filing, hammering, twisting, stamping, etc.) to create an organic pattern. Mokume-gane translates closely to "wood grain metal" or "wood eye metal" in Japanese and describes the way metal takes on the appearance of natural wood grain.
Crafted with 14k rose gold, Palladium 500, and sterling silver in a Beech pattern, this ring has a slightly rounded profile and a comfort fit interior.
Size 10.5 and 8mm in width.
This ring can be made in any size/width.
Handmade in Boston, MA.