Mokumé Gane 14K Yellow Gold, Shakudo, and Sterling Silver Ring with Turquoise Inlay and Diamond

This stunning 4mm ring features 2.5 mm of 14K yellow gold, sterling silver, and shakudo (2k red) mokumé gane, and 1.5 mm of turquoise inlay. It is domed, lightly etched, woodgrain patterned, and approximately 2mm thick. The inner band in sizes 4-7.75 is 14 karat yellow gold. The inner band in sizes 8-11 is stainless steel.

Ring is shown with a 0.50CT round brilliant cut diamond.

*PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE CENTER STONE*
*This ring can be set with the gemstone of your choice. Please contact us for pricing and availability.

The pattern of the mokumé varies each time we make it.

*Rings with inlay cannot be re-sized* 

*To avoid the possibility of damage to the stone, rings with inlay should be removed prior to activities such as: weightlifting, rock climbing, swimming, gardening, washing dishes, etc*

Each stone is unique. Color may vary slightly.

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$2,185.00$2,290.00

Special Order Only - Allow 4 to 6 Weeks

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  • Materials and Sizes

    Additional information

    Metal

    14K Yellow Gold, Shakudo, Stainless Steel, Sterling Silver

    Process

    Mokumé Gane

    Stones

    Diamond, Turquoise

    Size

    4 – 7.75, 8 – 11

  • Special Orders

    Special Orders

    Delivery time is 4-6 weeks. Rush deliveries are available for an additional fee. Engraving is available upon request and ranges in price from $15-$30.

    A modified special order based on this design can be created. Special order pieces can be made in alternate metals, and the inlay, center stone, and accent stones (if applicable) can be changed based on your preferences in most cases. Please contact us for more information using the “Ask us a Question” form on this page.

    Every piece is handmade. Variations will occur.

    For a completely custom design, please visit our Custom Designs page.

  • About Mokumé Gane

    About Mokumé Gane

    Mokumé Gane, meaning woodgrain metal, is an ancient metalsmith technique first developed by a Japanese sword maker. The process begins by kiln-fusing up to 36 alternating layers of metals together, forming what is known as a billet.

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  • Ring Fitting

    Ring Fitting

    We highly recommend visiting at least two to three reputable jewelers to have your finger sized. They should use standard fit sizers, and they should agree on the size. It is also important to tell the jewelers how wide your ring will be since width is a determining factor in sizing.

    Meteorite rings and rings with inlay cannot be re-sized.

  • Caring for Your Jewelry

    Caring for Your Jewelry

    CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR TIMBERLAKE FINE ART JEWELERY

    PRODUCT CARE INSTRUCTIONS

    To prolong the life of your fine jewelry and protect it from damage, we recommend the following care:

    Activities to Avoid While Wearing Your Jewelry:

    The following activities will expedite the speed of oxidation of your jewelry, and potentially cause damage, especially to stones. Therefore, it is recommended that you do not wear your jewelry while:

    • Swimming;
    • Using cleaning chemicals;
    • Applying lotions and perfumes;
    • Lifting heavy objects (e.g. lifting free weights, carrying metal furniture, yard work, etc.);
    • Washing dishes;
    • Engaging in any activity that results in a sustained amount of time in water;
    • Engaging in any activity with potential damage to the hands, such as rock climbing, auto repair, construction, etc.

    Recommended Cleaning of Your Ring:

    • Use a mild, non-abrasive soap and warm water.
    • For particularly dirty jewelry, gently clean using a soft toothbrush with mild soap and water.
    • You can remove the tarnish from the silver on the inside of the ring with a silver or general jewelry polishing cloth. (NOTE: if you use a polishing cloth on the patterned Mokumé surfaces, the polish may temporarily make the pattern difficult to see. The pattern should return as the metals oxidize in reaction to the environment.)
    • If a polished stone inlay has become dull, you may want to return it to us for re-finishing.
  • Ask Us a Question

    Ask Us a Question

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