Mokume-gane

Custom mokume-gane


Mokume-gane is an all precious metal alternative to Damascus steel. Translating closely to “wood grain metal”, Mokume-gane was first made in 17th-century Japan and was used solely to manufacture swords. Now available in a variety of colours, mokume-gane is a great choice for those who want a precious metal ring, but aren’t looking for something traditional.

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Mokume-gane rings are eligible for interest-free finance through COLLECT.

Mokume-gane rings are considered a custom design.


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Custom mokume-gane:
–  Comes with a matte finish.
–  Available with titanium, tantalum or 18ct gold accents.
–  Made in a round or flat profile.
–  Offers a comfort fit interior.
–  Works well as a couples set.

Mokume-gane colour combinations currently available are:
  Yellow gold, palladium and silver.
  White gold and silver.
–  Rose gold, white gold and silver.
  Rose gold, yellow gold and silver.
–  Rose gold and palladium.
  Palladium and silver.

The following mokume-gane^ designs are currently available:
–  Mokume-gane ring with a titanium liner and rails
–  Pure mokume-gane ring
–  Mokume-gane ring with a tantalum liner and rail/s
–  Mokume-gane ring with a 18ct gold liner and rails

For pricing, please contact us with your preferred design, ring size, ring width and mokume colour combination (e.g white gold and silver).

 Shipping options within Australia:
$15 for uninsured express or $50 for insured express. Both with signature on delivery.

International shipping:
From $25 for standard uninsured. Request a quote for insured shipping.

Order now and pay over 12-months with our interest-free finance scheme COLLECT, click here for further information. Australian residents only.

*All prices quoted on this website are indicative. Prices may vary due to fluctuations in the value of gold and additional costs will apply for any custom designed elements requested above the outlined ring features.

^ Mokume-gane rings are considered a custom design. Custom designed rings cannot be returned unless faulty.