Rose Gold Engagement Rings
With its soft rosy glow and stunning golden brilliance, the rose gold engagement ring is a flirtation of femininity and elegance. There is something decidedly Victorian-age and old world in the rose gold engagement ring. Rose gold radiates the pink hue of love and the rich luster of pure gold. Such a pigmentation brings out the best in a woman’s skin tone and gives her whole hand a soft blush.
If you are looking a style that is contemporary but with a vintage feel, you should definitely consider a ring in Rose gold. More and more of the major online jewelers are carrying Rose gold versions of their engagement ring settings. Below are two of our favorites from James Allen. First is their popular round cut pave halo and second is their popular French pave setting. Both in Rose Gold…
Pave Halo Engagement Ring in Rose Gold
Thin French-Cut Pave Engagement Ring in Rose Gold
Rose Gold: The Perfect Blend of Copper and Gold
Rose gold is a combination of yellow gold and copper. Often called “pink gold,” the metal was popular during the Victorian and Art Deco periods but went out of fashion around the 1980s. However, tastes change as eventually they do, and what is old is new again. Today Rose gold is in vogue once again.
Why Anyone Looks Great in Rose Gold
There is a bit of magic in rose gold. The warm and rosy hue does not clash with anyone’s skin tone. Rose gold has a mystical ability to bring very lovely undertones in both the wearer and the metal. It may seem counter intuitive, but the more peachy and rosy the complexion, the prettier the rose gold ring will appear.
While rose gold is thought to be a relatively new idea in jewelry making, it actually dates back almost one hundred years ago. During the Victorian Age, rose gold was first displayed by the wealthier classes as jewelry. The high-end jewelry design house Cartier first debuted rose gold in their Trinity Ring during the 1920s.