In 17th-century Japan, mighty Samurai warriors began to decorate their swords and show off their fearsome weapons in public. Legendary metalworker Denbei Shoami devised a complicated technique known as mokume-gane, in which he layered metals to create a wondrous wood grain-like pattern for the swords. The mokume-gane technique soon became the sign of a powerful and successful samurai, making it perhaps the most fearsome design in history.
The Men’s Samurai Ring is inspired by the work of Shoami and the stylish 17th-century warriors who carried his signature design. In this stainless steel ring, the mokume-gane effect has been recreated using precise laser technology to deliver the same pattern that he perfected nearly 500 years ago.
At just $79, the Men’s Samurai Ring grants you entry into a long tradition of noble warriors. So I have just one question for you: Are you ready to wear the sign of the samurai?