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Double Round Domed Mokume Gane Pendant Necklace

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Double Round Domed Mokume Gane Pendant Necklace

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Mokume Gane, Mokume, Sterling, Silver, Shibuichi, Copper, Shakudo
  • Favorited by: 5 people
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Description

This pendant is Mokume Gane, made from shibuichi (copper and silver alloy), shakudo (copper and gold alloy), copper, and sterling silver. It features two, round discs that have been domed, backed with solid sterling silver.

Pendant is approximately 2.6cm long, 1.5cm wide (at it's widest point). Solid silver bezel on top is about 3mm in diameter.

16 inch sterling silver chain is included.

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Our top priority is that you are happy with your purchase. If you wish to return or exchange your item, please contact us with 5 business days of receiving your oder. Refunds will be granted on a case-by-case basis.

Please return your item via USPS priority mail. Once the item is received in original condition, your purchase amount will be refunded. Shipping fees are non-refundable.

Custom order items/sizes are not eligible for refund.

Please contact us if you have any problems - we will do our absolute best to make it right.

Shipping policies

We ship via USPS Priority Mail. This includes tracking and $100 insurance. If you wish to purchase additional insurance, let us know, and you will be charged accordingly. When purchasing more than one item, your order will be grouped, and you will only be charged for shipping once.

Please contact us if you would prefer alternate shipping; shipping fee may increase with upgrade.

If you are purchasing OUTSIDE the United States, we will work with you to determine the best shipping choice. All taxes, duties and customs fees are the responsibility of the buyer, and are presented during delivery, not during checkout. Your local post office or carrier will be able to provide you with further information.


LOCAL CUSTOMERS: If you live in or near the Fairbanks area, and would prefer your item not be shipped, let us know. We would be happy to make arrangements to meet up and deliver your item, and will waive the shipping fee.

Items that are not made to order, will be shipped within 5 business days.

Please allow at least 2 weeks for custom orders. This timeframe can vary depending on the item, and you will be notified if additional time is needed.
We ship via USPS Priority Mail. This includes tracking and $100 insurance. If you wish to purchase additional insurance, let us know, and you will be charged accordingly. When purchasing more than one item, your order will be grouped, and you will only be charged for shipping once.

Please contact us if you would prefer alternate shipping; shipping fee may increase with upgrade.

If you are purchasing OUTSIDE the United States, we will work with you to determine the best shipping choice. All taxes, duties and customs fees are the responsibility of the buyer, and are presented during delivery, not during checkout. Your local post office or carrier will be able to provide you with further information.


LOCAL CUSTOMERS: If you live in or near the Fairbanks area, and would prefer your item not be shipped, let us know. We would be happy to make arrangements to meet up and deliver your item, and will waive the shipping fee.

Items that are not made to order, will be shipped within 5 business days.

Please allow at least 2 weeks for custom orders. This timeframe can vary depending on the item, and you will be notified if additional time is needed.

Additional policies

We gladly accept CUSTOM ORDERS. We require a 50% non-refundable deposit for these.

RING RESIZING is available on a case-by-case basis. This is dependent on the type of ring, and materials used. If resizing is an option, your first will be free, if contacted within 5 days of receiving your order (buyer pays shipping).

Our ultimate goal is that you are 100% happy with your item, and we will continue to work with you to accomplish that.

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FAQs

Mokume Gane, meaning “wood grained metal” in Japanese, is a metalsmithing technique that joins different metals together using high pressure and heat. The result is a single brick, comprised of metals that have been stacked together in a formulated sequence to produce unique color combinations. Once the Mokume brick is created, designs and patterns of the metal can be further produced. The most common methods used are twisting, stretching, pressing, and wearing down of individual layers. At that point, the patterned Mokume is usually joined with another metal, typical silver, and made into its final form.
With continued use, and as the Mokume reacts to the wearer's body chemistry (pH/acidity levels), the metals may begin to etch over time. Certain metals are softer than others, so they will wear down at different rates. The process may be slower or faster depending on the individual. The etching of Mokume Gane really shows off the pattern, creating further contrast, and almost a topographic surface. Because this changes from person to person, the piece truly becomes one of a kind, and unique to the individual wearing it.
The metals used in your jewelry were chosen together to create a unique pattern and contrast in color. This contrast is enhanced by oxidizing the metals, therefore darkening the copper (or copper based alloys.) The patina may change in reaction to the wearer’s body chemistry, ranging in color from bright copper, to dark brown, greys, and shades in between. To clean the mokume, a mild dish soap is recommended, together with a scratch resistant cloth or sponge – a toothbrush works great also. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by mass of silver and 7.5% by mass of other metals, usually copper. The sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925. Fine silver, by comparison, is 99.9% pure silver, and is generally too soft for producing lasting pieces; therefore, the silver is usually alloyed with copper to give it strength while preserving the ductility and beauty of the precious metal.
Cleaning sterling silver will help to keep its bright shine, and when it is cleaned, it can be difficult to differentiate sterling silver from white gold. The best way to clean silver is to use a non-commercial grade silver polish and a soft cloth. If your piece has a brushed finish, a 3M microfine sanding pad may be used to buff the silver, while maintaining the texture. Let us know if you have any questions about specifics regarding your jewelry.
Gold-filled materials are an excellent alternative to solid gold, offering gold's characteristic warm yellow or blushing rose tones at a fraction of the cost. At the same time, gold-filled is more durable and retains more value than gold-plated pieces. Gold-filled is made by heat- and pressure-bonding a thin layer of karat gold to a brass (or other base metal) core. The value of gold-filled is greater than gold-plated because gold-filled has an actual layer of karat gold, not just a microscopic film, as is the case with gold-plated items. We use 14/20 gold-filled material, which is made with 14-karat gold, and the gold represents 1/20th (or 5%) of the total weight of the material.

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