I am one of few artists in the world, who engage in the manufacture of mokume and mokume-gane as well as titanium jewelry. My 25 years of experience in designing and making artistic jewelry enabled me to create various designs in the most difficult and rarest techniques. My jewelry is valued by jewelry specialist, jewelers and by my numerous clients. I use various precious metals such as: platinum, gold in various colours and silver in my works. To meet all my customers’ needs, I also make exclusive items combined with diamonds, sapphire, emerald and other precious stones. I continue to make new designs, both for titanium and mokume-gane collections. I am open to customers’ needs and produce jewelry for individual customers, galleries and shops. Prices can be negotiated for bulk orders.
Date of Birth: 20-06-1967
Education: 1983 - 1989 Wasik Goldsmith – Poland,
1989 - Master Craftsman’s Diploma in goldsmithery Poland and Republic of South Africa,
1989 - 1992 Quinlan’s Jewellery – the Republic of South Africa,
1992 - 2003 Machina Jewellery – ( my own studio ) Poland
2003 - 2008 Mokume Jewellery - ( my own studio ) Poland
Group Exhibitions: 1999 German Amber Museum Ribnitz-Damgarten
Solo Exhibitions: 2000 artur skrocki vel machina Kazimierz Dolny nad Wis³a,
2006 MOKUME artur skrocki vel machina Lublin
Travel: Nationally, No Internationally, No
Applications for apprentices are welcome.
Studio visits are welcome.
The mokume-gane [ moe-koo-may gah-nay ] technique can be traced back to the 17th century. Originally, it was used by Japanese armourers in the manufacture of traditional samurai swords.
It involves mutual permeation of such precious metals as: platinum, palladium, silver and white, red, yellow, purple, green, pink, blue gold, copper, brass shakudo and shibuichi.
The combination of these metals creates a design, which imitates the grain of a tree and is absolutely unique. Depending on the type of design, the following styles have been distinguished: itame, masame, mokume, ayasugi.
Today this technique is used for making exclusive jewelry. It extremely rare and very few jewelers specializes in this technique.
Mokume rings, wedding rings are made of : 18K yellow gold, 14K palladium white gold, 18K red gold and sterling silver. Start from the width of 6mm. Price for a pair from £2400.
Mokume ring + diamond fi3 / 0,11ct. Price from £1900.
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