The rise of Rose gold in jewellery

What is better than gold? Rose Gold. As much as rose motifs seem fascinating, the rose hue on the jewellery is spectacular. Rose Gold is an alloy with the blend of pure 24 Karat yellow gold, copper, and a little bit of silver.

Let’s know more about Rose Gold, it’s origin and what has led to its popularity.

Trivia Talk

In early 20th century of Imperial Russia, a jeweller named Carl Faberge famously made and sold ‘Faberge eggs’, then also coined as ‘Russian Gold’ which later came to be known as ‘Rose Gold’ when made renowned to the world.

In 1920s, the concept of rose gold engagement rings gained popularity in the US. As the time passed, the rose gold lost its recognition, but regained it in the 21st century. Now, Rose gold accessories are more preferred than conventional gold jewellery.

How it is made?

It is a blend of 24 Karat yellow gold + Copper + Silver. The standard proportion of Rose Gold is 75% Gold, 22.5% Copper and bit of silver. It varies from soft pink to deep color. For more reddish tint, the proportion of copper increases.

Quick Guide to Style:

1. ‘Trinity Ring’ - 3 colors of gold intertwined into a simple band was eminent earlier. If one is not a big fan of heavy gold or pure silver, Rose Gold would easily suit their preferences. The light pink hue gives warmth and adds elegance when paired up with pink and white diamond. Also, Rose Gold marries well with colored stones.

2. Team up your white shirt with rose gold earrings and a ring for contemporary classy look.

3. The warmth of pink exhibits a complete summer glow – pair up a dainty neck piece and a few rings with summer dress, it will surely add a romantic summery touch to your look.

Rose Gold combines well with most of the jewels and outfits, especially, contemporary. It has become a go-to choice, mostly for working women all around the world.

Why not add one to your collection?