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21 Meeting House Lane
Brighton
East Sussex
BN1 1HB

01273 773 544

choose a stone…

choose a setting…

choose a metal…

choose a finish…

…choose ring

21 Meeting House Lane
Brighton East Sussex
BN1 1HB
1273 773 544

21 Meeting House Lane
Brighton
East Sussex
BN1 1HB

01273 773 544

Mokume Gane

Mokume Gane originated in Japan in the 17th century & was originally used to decorate Samurai swords. Mokume Gane translates from Japanese as ‘Wood Grain’, a name the process gets from its distinctive pattern.

brown marquise cut diamond mokume gane ring

The unique patterns in Mokume Gane are created by firstly fusing different metals into a ‘billet’ (a stack of metals). The billets are then forged & carved to create the wood grain like appearance.

mokume gane bands with white gold rails

One of the world’s most renowned Mokume Gane craftsmen is James Binnion. Based in the U.S. he is at the forefront of Mokume techniques. At RING jewellers we are lucky enough to be the exclusive U.K. stockist of James Binnions work. The Mokume Gane that RING jewellers sell can be purchased either from the window or commissioned as a bespoke piece.

white gold & silver mokume gane band

silver, rose & white gold 'canyon' mokume gane

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