Rarer than Gold, Tantalum is the world’s darkest, naturally-occurring, grey-black metal. Durable and dramatic, it offers handsome contrast to the gold colours of antiquity. And, with fine malleability and formability, it responds beautifully when forged with other precious metals.
Grew & Co's bold and dramatic Tantalum designs
are inspired by the technologies and influences
of the Belle Époque era.
Mokume Gane, meaning ‘wood eye metal’, is an ancient Japanese metalworking technique in which layers of precious metals are fused and blended without losing their distinct character – gold is still gold, palladium is still palladium. And, the process retains the natural harmony between the metals.
This technique was originally used by Japanese master metal smiths to create swords and embellish the handle, tsuba and scabbard for the most honoured and respected samurai. The Mokume Gane design stood as a symbol of a samurai’s rank and prestige, and his devotion to his code.
Grew&Co have perfected the ancient
technique of Mokume Gane, executing it with precision
in the creation of fine modern treasure.
Comfort tends to be every man’s consideration. With this as their foundation, Grew&Co have created their primary line of designs for the cut and comfort of masculine characters. The men’s ready-to-wear collection plus Grew&Co's customised designs are all based upon these refined, classic bands.
Timeless profiles and sophisticated metal combinations are made in-house in a variety of widths, finishes and sizes. Their graphic angles and clean lines constitute the foundation of the masculine collection. Available as is, or with a variety of additional finishes and complements.