Rose gold has been around for centuries but it is certainly having a moment in the jewelry industry. Rose gold has seen spikes in popularity during the1800s with Russian royalty, in America during the roaring 1920s, and again today! The charming pink hue continues to allure jewelry lovers, popping up everywhere from earrings to engagement rings.
This blush wonder is actually a combination of yellow gold and copper. Depending on the ratio of the copper alloy to gold, the color produced can range from more orange to red to a number of varieties of pink. The hues created are often a perfect complement to colored gemstones or a white diamond. Rose gold is even becoming a popular choice for engagement and wedding rings to add a distinct and individual style to a traditional symbol.
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