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On these pages, we would like to introduce you to the technique of the mokume gane, which will lead you into the world of grained wedding rings.

Through years of experimenting and forging we have been able to offer you mokume gane wedding rings in the highest quality and especially in almost all materials. Even pure palladium and platinum combinations are realizable.

Whether daring grain, or rather the plain line, platinum or gold wedding rings; We invite you to our pages to get an impression of our partly unique wedding rings.

We would be delighted to welcome you to our workshop.

Mokume Gane Trauringe-Stripes

Mokume gane (jap. wood eye metal)

 

Mokume gane is a forging technique that was born around 1600 in Japan. In the forging technology of the mokume ganes, differently colored metal layers are first welded, then forged several times and processed until numerous colored patterns are created. The Japanese term “Mokume Gane” is an allusion to the resulting grain, because in Japanese, “Moku” means wood, “Me” eye and “Gane” metal.

A special art, and thus also a quality feature, is to make the rings jointless in the splicing-stretching process, i. Without pattern interruption. For example, a pair of mating pairs produced by mvh is seamlessly forged from a “Mokume gane” layer block, which has previously been manufactured according to the material requirements.

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We would be delighted to welcome you to our workshop, to present our collection, or to create something new.

Almost all models are at your disposal for viewing.

Contact us to find a suitable date; Whether by contact form, by telephone (030-53699861) or directly on our appointment calendar.

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— Chinese wisdom —
M.Andrés von Hobe
Jens Martens