Rose Gold Engagement Rings
Rose Gold Engagement Rings are becoming increasingly more popular as the exotic hues that they exhibit compliment today’s vintage style trend. The distinctive pink color of the metal imparts a touch of romance and old worldliness that is eternally appealing. Some people may wonder, however, if rose gold jewelry is made of real gold or if it is some alternate base metal. It is made from pure gold in a special alloy
Rose gold is made by mixing gold with copper to create its soft, elegant glow. The percentage of the copper used, along with other metals that may be in the mix, affects the depth of color and other properties of the alloy. As much as 25% copper is added to create a very pink alloy, although it is sometimes mixed in lower concentrations along with silver making it more subtle. 14K, 18, and other levels of fineness are possible with rose gold, depending on the specific mixture. Some designers have specific collections devoted to rose gold, and all of them offer rose gold as an option on a variety of their styles. With vintage jewelry being very much in fashion right now the rose gold trend looks like it is here to stay with its alluring and timeless appeal.
Elegant design is most exquisite when paired with the renowned A CUT ABOVE® Round Hearts and Arrows or Princess Cut Diamond. Praised by industry experts world-wide for its extreme precision and superior light performance, the A CUT ABOVE®
diamond compliments the soft tones of rose gold like no other diamond.