Solid Damascus steel
Defined by the ridges of our Python Damascus steel and fitted with a solid 18 ct. rose gold interior that gives its profile a striking accent, this ring offers the strength of steel with a luxuriously soft feel. Unlike faux Damascus steel rings that are only laser etched with patterns, our rings get their pattern from the forging process, which also ensures that no two are exactly alike.
Step 1: Start with High-Quality Damascus Steel
We source our Woodgrain Damascus steel from a small forges that specializes in custom patterns. The material is made in the USA.
Step 2: Cut Damascus Steel Piece
We cut the ring on a lathe in our Brooklyn workshop and then use hand tools to deburr it.
Step 3: Buff to a Mirror Finish
Giving the ring a mirror finish before the acid bath ensures the pattern's texture will be consistent.
Step 4: Acid Bath
Each ring's unique pattern is the result of how two steels were twisted and compressed as they were forged together. As the acid eats away at one steel faster than the other, the pattern is revealed.
Step 5: Have Gold Cast
Our gold pieces are cast in New York City's legendary jewelry district.
Step 6: Assemble the Ring
The parts are cleaned and adhered together. We then let the piece cure for 24 hours.
Step 7: Hand Polish to Perfection
Polishing by hand allows us to give each ring a luxuriously soft feel.