We firmly believe in recycling and re-using materials. The materials we use mostly consist of old, unused coins and vintage silver cutlery, but we even have some more unusual pieces, for example, our cufflinks that are made from inner watch mechanisms, shotgun cartridges and bullets, rings made out of wing flap bearings from the Hercules Aircraft and Damascus steel.

All of our work is handmade! 

8 Products Found

Damascus Steel Ring with Purple Heart Wood Insert


This ring is 8.5mm wide, V 1/2 in size. Purple Heard wood is naturally nearly black in colour with purple tint.  If you require different width and size specifications, please...

Damascus Steel Ring with Purple Heart Insert


This ring is 12 mm wide and T 1/2 in size, lightly etched and highly polished.  Damascus steel was worked and folded endlessly to create compact layers. Wood insert is created...

Damascus Steel Ring with Old Oak Insert


This ring is U 1/2 in size and 9 mm wide. Insert is made out of old oak beam belonging to 16th century pub. We do have only limited amount...

Damascus Steel Ring with Sterling Silver Insert


This ring is 11mm wide and Z in size, lightly etched ang highly polished. We use 100% recycled silver.

Damascus Steel Ring with Copper Insert


This ring is X in size and 13mm wide. To achieve compact layers two different grades of steel were endlessly worked and folded. Insert is made out of pure copper.

Damascus Steel Ring with Oak Insert


This ring is J 1/2 in size and 8 mm wide. Contrast of the steel was achieved by long etching. Insert comes from old oak furniture.  

Titanium Damascus / Pattern Welded Ring

£90.00 – £110.00

This Titanium Damascus ring consists of 3 titanium alloys laminated and patterned resembling steel Damascus. The various alloys colour differently through the use of heat. Each type of titanium alloy has the...

Makume Gane Inspired Six Pence and Farthing Ring


Mokume Gane is a laminated metal, made out of no iron metals fussed together in extremely high heat and pressure. Originally created around 300 year ago in Japan to decorate the...

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