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Rainbow Diamond Wedding Rings! Diamonds come in a wide range of colors and make a beautiful mokume wedding band! Rings are in etched mokume of 18K yellow gold, 14K palladium white gold, 14K red gold and sterling silver. ... See MoreSee Less
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Nanako is an exciting technique we can add to a mokume ring that allows one color of the mokume to be very visible and interesting. Nanako is a freeform version of a Japanese sword fitting decoration technique which means fish roe after the little round beads raised on the surface. These rings are in our "A" metal combination of 18k yellow gold, 14k palladium white gold, 14k red gold, and sterling silver mokume gane. Both rings are etched and then the Nanako is added. The flat ring with no stone has the Nanako on the 18K yellow gold; the ring with the setting has the Nanako on the 14K red gold. Which do you prefer? ... See MoreSee Less
Throwback Thursday. Mokume ball pendants from 2006. Shown in etched "A" metal combination of 18K yellow gold, 14K palladium white gold, 14K red gold and sterling silver. Available in all our precious metal combinations. Which do you prefer: with or without diamonds? Or maybe you prefer gemstones instead of diamonds? I'm thinking a ball in our "H" metal combination of 14K palladium white gold, 14K red gold and sterling silver with diamonds and rubies would look great! What do you think? ... See MoreSee Less
Gemstone Tuesday! Pearl is one of June's birthstones. Pearls are quite soft at 2.5 to 3 on the Mohs scale. We do not recommend pearls for a ring worn daily. Pearls, though, are wonderful for pendants and necklaces. These are jewelry pieces we made using pearls and mokume. What do you think? ... See MoreSee Less