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Mokume Gane .925, fine silver, Shibuichi & Shakudo Ring

500.00
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Mokume Gane .925, fine silver, Shibuichi & Shakudo Ring

500.00

Mokume Gane rings with .925, fine silver, shakudo & shibuichi, fits finger size 7.5, approximately 11mm wide (approximately 7.75mm mokume)

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

620-71

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Mokume Gane rings with .925, fine silver, shakudo & shibuichi, fits finger size 7.5, approximately 11mm wide (approximately 7.75mm mokume)

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

620-71