Other twists

By changing the number of layers, using two billets twisted together or even cutting into the middle of a twist, many different patterns can be achieved. Tighter twists give a steeper angle on the edge and using platinum along with a softer metal can create this lovely rippled effect after polishing.

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By changing the number of layers of metal in a mokume gane ring, using two billets twisted together or even cutting into the middle of a twist, many different patterns can be achieved. Tighter twists give a steeper angle on the edge and using platinum along with a softer metal such as gold or silver can create a lovely rippled effect after polishing. We’ve had wonderful reactions from clients on delivery of some of these rings! Details of the mokume gane uk wedding rings on this page are as follows:

Photo 1: Silver and 18ct white gold

Photo 2: 18ct yellow and white gold

Photo 3: 18ct yellow and white gold, 24 twisted layers

Photo 4: 18ct yellow and white gold fern pattern

Photo 5: Palladium and 9ct yellow gold man’s ring, 9ct white and red gold woman’s ring, both with only 5 layers

Photo 6: 18ct yellow gold and palladium star pattern

Photo 7: 18ct yellow and white gold fern pattern

Photo 8: 18ct yellow and white gold

Photo 9: Silver and palladium engagement ring (Becca’s!)

Photo 10: Platinum and 22ct yellow gold man’s engagement ring (Richard’s!)

Photo 11: Platinum and 9ct red gold

Photo 12: Platinum and 18ct red gold

Photo 13: Platinum and 22ct yellow gold

Photo 14: Platinum and 22ct yellow gold

Photo 15: Silver, 9ct red gold and 18ct white gold

Photo 16: Platinum and 22ct yellow gold

Photo 17: Silver, 18ct white gold and inherited yellow gold

Photo 18: Pair of platinum, 9ct white & red gold engagement rings with sapphires and diamonds