Wedding Rings

Tsunagaru Katachi

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The Tsunagaru Katachi wedding rings – Tsunagaru means being connected – are made using a 400-year-old Japanese forging technique called Mokume Gane. The layering and then forging together of numerous differently coloured metals produces a pattern akin to wood grain. This technique makes it possible to create a unique pattern for every bride and groom. That creates a special bond which is strengthened when the couple itself divides the ring to create two wedding rings.

Credits
  • Manufacturer:
    Mokumeganeya Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
  • In-house design:
    Masaki Takahashi

Statement by the Jury

Sophisticated Japanese craftsmanship comes to the fore in the design of the Tsunagaru Katachi wedding rings whose fine grain is unmistakable and unique.