The Man + His Style


mokume - gane

Mokume-gane is a mixed-metal laminate with distinctive layered patterns and translates closely to "wood grain metal". First made in 17th-century Japan, the mixed-metal was used only for sword fittings. After the diffusion of layers, the surface of the billet is cut with assorted drill bits to expose lower layers, then flattened. This process of cut and flatten will be repeated to develop an intricate  and unique pattern. 


finger prints

At Ryley Jewellery Creations we can capture a fingerprint and brand it upon almost any precious metal creation. 
Carry close to you; your dearest loved one's very own fingerprint. A truly timeless, unique, intimate and individual momento.
An ideal custom wedding band for passionate, devoted  lovers.


FINGER treads

You live and breathe to be in control. You crave the object that hauls itself on all forms of terrain. It’s on your soul, on your veins, on your mind and it's on your body. FingerTreads is.... you. Ryley Jewellery Creations can design and supply rings with custom tyre treads including: Push bikes, Mountain Bikes and Racers, Sports, Cruiser and Off Road MotorBikes, Road, Performance and 4x4 vehicles.



Titanium was discovered in 1791, and named for the Titans of Greek mythology. Titanium rings offer several unique properties: they are hypoallergenic, lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and have the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal. Our Titanium range is available in numerous colour combinations, finishes and detailing such as carbon fibre and gem set options.



Roughly ten times harder than 18k gold and four times harder than Titanium, Tungsten-steel alloys are used to make such things as high speed cutting tools and rocket engine nozzles. Tungsten steel rings offer non-scratch, no-tarnish properties with a long-lasting shine. Available in numerous colour combinations, finishes and detailing such as carbon fibre and timber inlays.


black diamonds

Like most coloured diamonds, natural black diamonds are extremely rare. They are technically real diamonds filled with dark inclusions like graphite. As they are so rare, almost all black diamonds used in jewellery have been treated from low quality white diamonds. The treatment process doesn’t affect durability, which makes them a great choice to dress down or up any item of jewellery.