Segmented Bowl Walnut & Maple by GECKOWOODWORKING on Etsy, $40.00
Japanese Alloys: Rokushō (緑青) is a traditional Japanese compound for inducing patination in decorative non-ferrous metals, especially several alloys which are nearly unknown outside Japan. Shakudō, an alloy of copper and gold, becomes dark blue-violet; shibuichi, an alloy of fine silver and copper in a higher percentage than sterling, turns misty aquamarine; and kuromido dark coppery black. Rokushō was generally used to patinate all types of mokume-gane as well - from wikipedia.
By Alistair McCallum. Hand raised Mokume Gane Bowl made from 48 layers of silver and copper.
In-house Mokume Gane process photo from Art Metals Studio in Racine, WI.
Chris Ploof - Mokume Gane Ring in the Classic Wood Grain Pattern, alternating layers of 18k yellow gold, 14k red gold, and very thin silver, rounded top, silver etched to enhance contrast. Shown in 6mm. DVVS Fine Jewelry