One-of-a-kind black zirconium cufflinks inlaid with 18K yellow gold, 14K white gold, and sterling silver mokume gane. Loosely translated to “wood grain metal” in Japanese, Mokume Gane is an ancient method originally introduced in 17th century Japan and was originally used to adorn samurai swords. Crafted by Lashbrook Designs in Draper, Utah.
Founded by Eric Laker in 2000, Lashbrook Designs specializes in creating men’s custom jewelry utilizing ethically sourced innovative materials such as meteorite, hardwood, alternative metals, and more.
Materials & Measurements:
Artist: Lashbrook Designs
Black zirconium, 18K yellow gold, 14K white gold, sterling silver
Cufflinks measures .75” x .5” inches, with .75” long posts
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We provide a complimentary appraisal ($100 value) as well as complimentary appraisal updates for the lifetime of this piece of jewelry.