The next picture is of two pieces of mokume that she cut to make a pair of rings. (Mokume is produced by layering copper and sterling silver, combining them under pressure and slicing the metal to get the wood grain look.
One the metal is cut, then the two bands are shaped into rings and made into their respective sizes. This picture shows the top view of the completed sterling silver rings set with round diamonds in white gold bezels.
Here are the completed Mokume rings from the picture above. The larger of the two (above) was to remain a band with no gems while the smaller one below was made with bezel set created alexandrite and emeralds.
Two rings from one piece of metal - interlocking bands from Julie Claire DeVoe. Exclusively at Chimera Design.