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Mokume Gane .925, fine silver, Shibuichi & Shakudo Granulated Pendant

300.00
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Mokume Gane .925, fine silver, Shibuichi & Shakudo Granulated Pendant

300.00
sold out

Mokume Gane .925, fine silver, Shibuichi & Shakudo Granulated Pendant, measuring 2.8" tall and .6" wide at bottom circle.  Slide bail accommodates approximately 2.5mm chain (or 2.5mm end clip). Seven staggered high polished granules decorate the organically shaped mokume strip, finishing the end with a slightly domed high polished mirror-like disc.

Chain not included

Mokume Gane, translating loosely to wood-grain metal, is a Japanese metalworking technique used to produce beautiful and unique layered and laminated metal patterns.

Shakudo is a beautiful copper (90-96%) and gold (4-10%) alloy which can be induced to a beautiful black and indigo color by a special patina treatment known as Rokusho.

Shibuichi, meaning "one-fourth" on Japanese, represents an alloy that is generally one part silver, and three parts copper, though the formula in percentages may vary.  Shibuichi can be treated- much like Shakudo- by a Rokusho patina treatment to create blue and green tones.

Handcrafted jewelry made here in Sisters, Oregon

640-148

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Mokume Gane .925, fine silver, Shibuichi & Shakudo Granulated Pendant, measuring 2.8" tall and .6" wide at bottom circle.  Slide bail accommodates approximately 2.5mm chain (or 2.5mm end clip). Seven staggered high polished granules decorate the organically shaped mokume strip, finishing the end with a slightly domed high polished mirror-like disc.

Chain not included

Mokume Gane, translating loosely to wood-grain metal, is a Japanese metalworking technique used to produce beautiful and unique layered and laminated metal patterns.

Shakudo is a beautiful copper (90-96%) and gold (4-10%) alloy which can be induced to a beautiful black and indigo color by a special patina treatment known as Rokusho.

Shibuichi, meaning "one-fourth" on Japanese, represents an alloy that is generally one part silver, and three parts copper, though the formula in percentages may vary.  Shibuichi can be treated- much like Shakudo- by a Rokusho patina treatment to create blue and green tones.

Handcrafted jewelry made here in Sisters, Oregon

640-148