"Made for a Warrior. True love is always worth fighting for."

We are proud to boast the largest selection of precious metal Mokume-Gane men's wedding bands the world has to offer. Demonstrating our thirst for knowledge and creation, this labour-intensive adventure creates artwork in every jewellery piece.

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Each mix is named after a tree that shares common colours with the golds, to tie back into the beautiful mokume pattern within the wood grain metal.

What is Mokume-Gane?

Mokume-Gane techniques combine heat, pressure and hand forging. Each finished piece is entirely unique, making for incredible one-of-a-kind jewellery that embodies your story.

It’s the perfect piece for a wedding band or heirloom; designed with love, storytelling, and history, every time.

Our Mokume-Gane rings are available to be custom-made for your finger size, preferred width and style. We can create men's wedding bands, wedding rings, engagement rings or any type of dress jewellery.

The History

At Jason Ree, we’re passionate about crafting bespoke pieces to bring moments of love to life, which is why we've chosen the ancient Japanese love haiku to illustrate the unique and exceptional artwork of Mokume-Gane.

The origin of Mokume-Gane has a powerful, deep history. Developed over 300 years ago in Japan, the technique was created for the samurai's sword.
If translated, 'Mokume' means "wood eye" which refers to the Burl type of wood grain and Gane means "Metal".

Traditionally, the wood patterns would be reflected in the finished sword blade. And, the quality and amount of decoration of the sword’s handle was an indicator of one’s social status and wealth.

Both then, and now, the result of this ancient technique is a unique pattern of precious metals merged together creating a topographical map of storytelling. Needless to say, it’s soared in popularity in recent years: beautifully resembling the entwined love of two people, it’s a remarkable symbol for a wedding band.

Jason Ree is one of the few jewellers in Australia who can do the highly labour-intensive process of creating a Mokume-Gane ring.

Traditional Mokume is formed by layering and fusing precious metals together, before making patterns through carving, twisting, and forging. Created from multiple layers of steel, gold, and silver, the finishing touches are the unique patterns created on the metal’s surface. 

It’s a beautiful testament to two souls coming together.

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The resulting stack of platinum, gold, palladium and silver is then forged and rolled to reduce its thickness.

The finished result is a unique pattern of precious metals merged together creating a topographical map; a beautiful testament to two souls coming together.

Here are some of our most popular styles, featured across our website:

Forged: Beautiful cylindrical shapes, ebbing and flowing into the other, with the infusion of red heat where no two rings are ever the same.

Twisted: Twisting the pattern into your ring is a delicate process, with just the right amount of heat, this pattern of precious metals is beautifully subtle.

Twisted and Forged: We combine the unique forged pattern with the flow of our twisting technique to craft a multitude of effects and styles.

Starburst: As an offshoot of the Twisted pattern, this style brings some symmetry to the fold of metals to create more of a cohesive and balanced pattern.

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