Mouseover one of the above blocks to see different past rings we've created in different metal combinations. Each section contains only a small sample of rings we've made, as well as a styles and finishes.
All images and text (c) DE Mokume 2007-2008
Among the most subtle of mokume patterns, palladium and silver is also
one of the most popular. The simple and elegant white-on-white
patterning is distinct without being overpowering. Palladium and silver
make superb engagement sets, and also go well with existing white gold or platinum jewelry.
With the luster of rich gold against the pale silver, these bands
have the feel of mokume while still retaining the much of the
appearance of traditional wedding bands. Coming in either unetched
or etched form, the bands can be smooth or grained, but beautiful either way.
Mixing the grey neutral tone of palladium with different colors of gold, these bands are striking, without being loud. Producing some of the most woodlike appearances of the combinations, these rings create a distinct contrast that is noticable and graceful.
Where subtlty ends, tri-gold and silver combinations begin. This combination cuts loose from much of the typical subdued appearance of other combinations and creates vibrant and ornate rings that are bolder and more ambitious.
More delicate than patterns in tri-gold with silver, the pattern and look of tri-gold bands can
vary widely. Bearing the colors of a sunset or a fall leaves, these rings bear refined colors that wrap your finger in lustrous tones.