Selecting the perfect rose gold wedding band can be a difficult task. You want it to be unique and one-of-a-kind, but why settle for the expected? With a rose gold band, you set yourself from the crowd. Rose Gold is warm, sweet, and unique. Rose Gold was historically referred to as “Russian Gold” in the 19th century and was very popular in the twenties when wedding rings were using uncommon alloys. Rose Gold was a respite from the common icy white designs of the Deco Period. While rose gold has its roots in Art Deco, modern designs make it a unique and personal statement.
There are many reasons the blush-hued metal is attractive. The warm-toned metal, with its pinkish undertones is flattering to most shades of skin, and plays well with other metal types. Rose gold with diamonds, and other precious gemstones such as sapphires, morganites and aquamarines make a one-of-a-kind statement. This beautiful, warm, versatile metal works well with all types of jewelry from vintage to classic to modern. Mix and match is the keyword with this metal.
Rose gold has the ability to be both vintage in feel and modern. The combination of copper and gold makes a unique statement when choosing a wedding band. The lustrous alloy of gold and copper makes for a distinctive choice when it comes to diamond engagement ring settings. Whether in classic solitaire designs, vintage-inspired rings, or glamorous halo settings, rose gold diamond rings stand out from the rest.