The latest collection from BUUNT pays tribute to Japan, where the Mokume-Gane metal working technique, which the company prides itself on, originates.

Using this technique, layers of different coloured metals are fused together using heat to form a billet, or a stack of fused mental.

The billet is then forged, carved and rolled to reduce the thickness into workable material, but also to achieve inimitable patters which are indicative of Mokume-Gane.


The beauty of this process is that it is impossible to replicate the pattern that has formed, meaning two pieces are never the same.

The new collection includes earrings and a pendant in a shape of a Japanese fan in a dazzling shade of purple.

They are made of a titanium and silver Mokume-Gane and 18K White Gold and feature diamonds and rubies.
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