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This pair of wedding rings has a surprise: they need to be split apart into two rings by the couple's own hands, which lets them share the happiest moment ever in their life. The paired rings have totally different colors, which makes them look like they were individually crafted from the start. However, the rings are actually formed from one gradient golden ring split into two. The two wedding rings' shared origin is a perfect symbol of the deep bond between two people in love. This gradient golden color is manufactured by using the 400-year-old Japanese metalsmithing technique, Mokume Gane, for creating wood grain patterns by layering many different color metals.