Distinct pattern. A great pair of mokume gane wedding rings with distinct pattern. Two bold lines of yellow gold show repetitively around the ring.
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- Order number: Ringe.Tiami.1
- Artist: Markus Wiesner
- Pattern: Tiami
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Mokume Gane Wedding Rings Tiami in Palladium, Silver, Yellow Gold, Red Gold
A great pair of Mokume Gane wedding rings, which was inspired by one of our sample pairs with 11 layers of palladium and silver. Further customization of this pair of rings was done by adding two gold lines in close proximity to each other. Between the two lines in 750 yellow gold, palladium and two thin layers of silver were also added and everything was welded together to form the mokume gane ingot. In this way, with the etching done on the rings, the gold lines then stand out clearly as two lines. This is just one of many examples of how Mokume Gane wedding rings are created in consultation with the bride and groom.
Incorporate diamonds in the ladies ring? According to taste
The double gold line of these Mokume Gane wedding rings would also have been perfect for the insertion of one or more diamonds. These would have been placed between the two lines, according to our taste. However, it would have been equally possible to enhance one of the much wilder structural lines on the back of the ladies' ring with a row of diamonds. In principle, however, this pattern would also have lent itself to a single slightly larger diamond.
Mokume Gane rings Tiami in detail:
- 750 yellow gold | 500 palladium | 925 silver
- The width 4 - 10 mm
- Inside slightly curved, outside flat with rounded edges
- Incorporation of diamonds is possible
- Seamless rings in classic Japanese forging technique
Tiami Mokume Gane wedding rings without seam and joint
Like each of our wedding ring pairs in the Japanese forging technique "Mokume Gane", this pair of wedding rings is worked without a butt joint. This means that the pattern of the rings, without any interruption, runs all around the rings. An unsightly joint, which is often seen in band rings and is extremely disturbing in Mokume Gane rings, is not to be found here. In addition, the rings symbolize through the uninterrupted structure, the beautiful symbolism of endlessness, as it should be contained in wedding rings in principle.