A Technique of Applying Patterns to the Surface of a Ring With a Hammer
Hammered patterns can be created in various ways depending on the size of the hammer and the curve of the struck surface. When the surface of the ring is hammered, which makes the metal more durable.
The original hammered patterns of ith, the patterns that spark softly like the sunshine in spring.
The hammered surface is polished one side at a time to create a dazzling luster finish like the sunlight filtering through the trees in spring. This three-dimensional design is created by applying two or three hammered patterns to fit the width of the ring. The random multiple hammered facets reflect light diffusely, giving the ring a strong luster.
The graceful, large hammered patterns inspired by the powerful, dazzling light of the summer sun.
This hammered pattern takes advantage of a flat ring with no rounded edges to create a large hammered pattern across the full width of the ring. It has a casual impression and features a dynamic impression not found in other hammered patterns.
The delicate, intonated hammered patterns, like the mackerel sky of autumn.
The striking surface of a special hammer has fine unevenness on it. When the ring is struck with the hammer, a matte texture that leaves a dull luster will be transferred and produced at the same time as these delicate hammered patterns that are origin to ith. The random hammered patterns and the matte shadow give the ring a sense of modesty.
The hammered patterns with sharp edges and luster is reminiscent of the crispy, clear winter air.
The distinct shape of each hammered facet expresses a frosty winter air with its linear hammered patterns. This ring sparkles with the movement of the hands and creates a brilliant presence on the fingers.
The matte hammered patterns express the early summer breeze that carries the scent of new grass.
This design features the hammered patterns of “Tsuchime Haru” with a hairline texture for a relaxed impression. When the ring catches the light it creates some soft shadows giving the ring a natural and gentle impression when worn on the finger.
The sparkling hammered patterns reminiscent of the refreshing breeze.
The hammered patterns design with milgrain added to the edge of a "Tsuchime Fuyu" ring for a more elegant impression. The well polished hammered patterns are framed by straight milgrain to add a touch of wedding ring style.