Elegant and dapper with a rustic natural feel, this band makes the perfect unique wedding ring. Mokume rings are an excellent way to bring a bit of nature to your band without sacrificing durability.
Band and Width: Our standard mokume style of a slightly curved profile 2.5mm, or 5mm wide band with soft edges. Measuring approximately 2mm off the finger.
Metal: Shown in heavily etched 14K white gold mokume gane, made of multiple layers of 14K white gold and silver forged together to create the rustic woodgrain striations of this handmade mokume gane band. Shown with a 14K white gold liner. If you would prefer a different level of etching we are happy to customize this design for you! To learn more about mokume gane etching click here!
Liner: Available with recycled argentium silver (hypoallergenic/nickel free) or recycled 14K white gold
Sourcing note: We use 100% ethical, recycled, metals refined in the USA. Any of our designs can also be made in hypoallergenic, nickel-free metals.
****Please be aware each ring is crafted to order--please allow 6 weeks for delivery of this special handcrafted item. This timeline may be affected by our ability to access materials please contact us if you have a specific date in mind.****
Our Commitment to Sizing Inclusivity
We can make our rings in ANY size at no additional cost! We want you to have the perfect ring and we offer every ring size. We make rings in size 1 to 17 (or higher if needed), and half and quarter sizes too! We are limited in how many options we can show on our website but just send us an email when you place your order if you need a size not listed (either outside of our listed range, or a size between) and we are happy to update your order to fit you perfectly.
Need more customization? Different width? Add stones? Click the "Customize this Design" button below and we would be happy to send you a custom invoice for your perfect ring!
More about the ancient process of Mokume Gane: Mokume Gane is a Japanese form of bonding 25 layers of precious metal. It translates to "wood-grain metal" and was used to adorn the handles of Damascus steel and Samurai swords. Our mokume is forged, twisted and patterned by hand here in our Vermont jewelry studio.