Mokume Wedding Band Unique Wedding Band japanese technique | Etsy
Mokume gane and silver ring - Raindrop Pattern This design is manufactured with the mokume gane technique, which involves diffusion bonding (without welding) of sheets of various metals for a block which will be rolled and worked to get a beautiful pattern. The metals used are specific alloys. In this piece have been used Shakudo, Shibuichi and Kuro Shibuichi alloys. Shakudo: 4.8% fine gold and 95.2% copper Shibuichi: Fine 40% Silver and 60% copper Kuro Shibuichi: Shakudo Shibuichi 83.3% and…
Handmade Jewelry | Taos, New Mexico – Maria Samora is an award winning Native American Taos jewelry designer
Growing up in the Taos, NM Native American community has provided Maria Samora with cultural and creative richness. Life in Taos is simple and beautiful and Maria's jewelry is an expression of this simplicity. Maria's art accentuates the body and captures the movement of the human form.
Exhibit - Good Enough to Eat at Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery | Seattle
Good Enough to Eat January 26, 2011 through February 15, 2011 at Facèré Gallery, 1420 Fifth Avenue, Seattle. Phone: 206.624.6768.
50 Rock Solids Ways To Put A Ring On It
There’s a popular idiom that says the best things come in small packages. We can only assume whoever first uttered it was referring to engagement rings.