Mokume Gane in Japanese means "wood grain metal" and it was developed by the metal working masters of 17th century Japan. The wood grain-like appearance that emerges from the folded and hammered layers of metals was first seen on the famous swords of the Samurai class, and now jewelers have added this lovely technique to their creative endeavors.
Adapted from the Japanese high art of sword forging, Mokume Gane rings offer you wonderfully symbolic style for wedding rings. The twining inlays set securely in titanium arise from layering, folding, heating, and hammering two metals to create rings worthy of a Samurai.
Honor the fine art tradition of Mokume Gane rings and consider how one would enrich your life with its beauty. Browse this fine collection of titanium Mokume Gane rings and find the one that best portrays the spirit of your relationship.
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