Mokume Ring Silver (Sold Out)

Limited Edition! A symbol of unity and harmonic beauty

Bring unity and harmony to your life. Great for wedding and engagement rings.
$750 USD
Solid Sterling Silver 925
  US Standard      Find & Convert Ring Size

Eligible to Free EMS (2-5 b. days) shipping

Product Description

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The Mokume Gane technique was developed in 17th century Japan, following the example of the layered metal technique found in the "katana" Samurai's sword. The technique allows the forging of metal that looks actually like wood. The literal meaning of Mokume Gane is "Metal that looks like knots in wood"
The production of Mokume is a long process that requires concentration and exactness. The example that appears in the photograph is the fusion of silver and copper metals. One has to perfectly wash and polish the metal plaques in order to prevent gaps and oxidization in the heating process.

The metal plaques are pressed together between two thick steel plates and then the entire apparatus is put into a high-temperature furnace. Due to the fact that the metals that are placed under extreme pressure, they heat up and eventually merge. This process is known as diffusion. This requires great concentration on the part of the artist because the most effective way to identify the moment of fusion is by observing the shades of red and orange produced by the molded hot metal. The premature arrest of the process will prevent the merging of the metals whereas the stopping the process too late will cause the melting of the metals, and therefore the destruction of the Mokume. After the billet of the Mokume is ready, the process of the creation of the textures begins. Creating indentations in the metal and rolling it out creates the effect of knots and wood grain. We must continually re-enact this process until we receive the desired texture. The use of different metals obviously creates different shades. The most common metals used in traditional Mokume are silver, copper, Shakudo (a combination of gold and copper), and Washiboishi, (a combination of silver and copper).

The use of The Mokume allows me as an artist to master the production of the material itself and not just the usual process of working with prepared metals as in ordinary silver and gold crafting.
Each Mokume jewel is my own exclusive and unique creation that is entirely handmade by me. The process of creating the Mokume entails "intention" a kabbalistic concept that means the concentration of consciousness. It also entails "Samadhi", a term from Yogic philosophy, meaning the ability to change and create objects on the physical plane by focusing our awareness.

The Mokume rings are widely used as wedding rings, because of the symbolism reflected in the unification of the different metals, expressed in the merging of the two metals into one integrated texture that is simply breathtaking in its harmonious beauty.

  • How to find my ring size?

    Please keep in mind that each finger could have a different size, so don't presume that a ring that fits your left ring finger will also fit your right ring finger.

    Here are two options:
    Go to a local jewelry store - the most accurate way!
    Download and print our Ring Size Guide . Please make sure to print it with exactly 100% scale.

  • Shipping and Handling

    All items are shipped from Israel
    It takes a few days for David to complete the order

    Shipping options:
    DHL - $20 takes 3-5 b. days.
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    If you have a specific due date - please notify us! We will do our best to deliver on time.

  • Guarantee

    30 days 100% money back guarantee
    We guarantee 30 days money back. We give the refund after the items arrive back to us. Please contact us before you ship it back to get shipping instructions.

    Gold and silver authenticity
    David is a member of “The standards institution of Israel” and makes periodic checks for gold and silver authenticity. The institute verifies that the silver is sterling silver 925 and that the gold is 14K or 18K as required. One year repair Guarantee for breakage If one of our items ever breaks in the course of normal wear, David will repair or replace it, free.

    Lost shipping Guarantee
    We cover any lost shipping cost and will send your order again.

    Ring size fix
    If you ordered a ring and the size does not fit, you can ship it back to us and David will resize it for free.

  • Product Care

    David's Jewelry are created with the utmost care and love. Follow these simple steps to keep your jewelry looking its best:

    • Use the KA GOLD JEWELRY polishing cloth regularly to effectively clean your jewelry.
    • Always store jewelry separately; in a box or in an anti-tarnish pouch.
    • Always remove jewelry before swimming, bathing, doing household chores, or using abrasive cleaners.
    • Apply beauty products such as perfume, hair-spray or deodorant before wearing jewelry as certain chemicals in these products may damage the finish.

  • What Do I Get?

    Each of our items are sold in a decorative package embossed with our original symbol, a string for the pendant and a paper scroll explaining the jewel meaning and authenticity.

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