The Japanese word Tsunagaru translates into to be together. A couple can complete their wedding rings by dividing one ring into two by their own hands. This process leaves a trace, which is turned into a part of the ring’s design and strengthens the couple’s bond through the memory of common experience. This wedding ring is manufactured by using the 400-year-old Japanese metalsmithing skill of Mokume Gane, creating beautiful wood grain patterns by layering many different colour metals and forging them together. This traditional technique enables to design the trace of sharing one ring.