Bagassa rings are characterised by their almost regular mokume gane pattern
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production time 30 workdays
- Order number: Ringe.Bagassa
- Artist: Markus Wiesner
- Pattern: Bagassa
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Rings Bagassa in Mokume Gane technique
This pair of Mokume Gane wedding rings Bagassa looks wonderfully soft and harmonious due to its non-etched surface. The glass bead blasted finish also gives them a smoothy look. The precious metals of palladium and silver, which run through the rings, keep the style of this pair of rings a simple white-gray hue. The star formation visible in the picture runs around the rings with a total of 6 stars, seamless. In the case of the men's ring, the wild lines between two stars are clearly visible. At these points, the rings were connected to each other around original material.
Bagassa wedding rings from our goldsmith workshop are basically made of precious metals palladium 500 and silver 925. Bagassa rings also always show 6 stars that run around each ring. Mokume Gane rings Bagassa get an almost regular pattern from the six stars that run around the rings. However, a closer look reveals the many small, individual and wild variations. The princess cut, or brilliant diamond, blends harmoniously into the pattern. Mokume Gane rings during production
Diamonds in a ladies ring. Properly made a feast for the eyes
Even with Mokume Gane wedding rings, the desire for diamonds in the ladies ring is often expressed. Some Pling Pling may not be missing here sometimes. It is important that stones are used with a sense of proportion and sensitivity for the original character of Mokume Gane rings. For this reason, in addition to the possibility of setting a single, moderately sized stone, we recommend integrating fine diamond lines into the structure of the Mokume Gane. This way, the stones do not steal the show from the mokume gane pattern. By using flawless diamonds, with full brilliant cut, the stones show great fire even at this size.
Rings Bagassa in short summary
- Palladium 500 | Silver 925 |
- Ring width: 4 to10 mm
- The profile is slightly curved inside and outside
- Diamonds in a variety of ways possible
- Seamlessly forged by master goldsmith Markus Wiesner
Mokume Gane - A centuries-old forging technique from Japan
What actually is Mokume Gane? Mokume Gane is a centuries-old forging technique that developed in Japan as part of Denbei Shoami's swordsmithing. The idea was to add ornamentation to the handle and hand guard, as well as the blade lining. For this purpose, Shoami welded together alloys with a weak gold content and then decorated the layered material using various patterning techniques.
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