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- How do I look after a rose gold diamond ring?
- How do I combine rose gold rings?
BAUNAT's standard collection only features jewellery in yellow, white, red gold and platinum. But did you know there are other tints of gold? By mixing pure gold with other precious metals a gold alloy of exceptional coulour is created, such as green gold for example. This precious metal isn't a striking green colour, rather it's more a yellow gold hue, with a light green appearance. Another type of gold is rose gold. This is a variant of red gold, and the difference isn't always that easy to discern. We would like to introduce you to this type of gold.
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What is rose gold?
Pure gold is far too fragile to be crafted into jewellery. It has to be reinforced with the help of other precious metals. This process in turn lends the gold a (slightly) different colour. This is how we acquire unique shades. This is no different with rose gold.
Red, rosé and rose gold are all closely interlinked. The amount of copper and silver in the alloy is what makes the difference.
What is the history behind rose gold?
These alloys subsequently really caught on in Russia. In West Europe and the USA red and rose gold were also known as Russian gold. This name became less commonplace as the alloys started to rise in popularity in countries outside of Russia.
Is rose gold popular?
How do I look after my rose gold jewellery?
Why choose a rose gold engagement ring?
The warm tint of rose gold makes it an ideal choice for all types of women. The classic rose gold solitaire ring, for example, would be perfect for a bride with a more minimalist style. The rose gold radiates restraint, yet simultaneously, a warm glow in stark contrast to the centre diamond.
By wearing a rose gold ring, according to its underlying significance, you are expressing true love
Which other gold tints can I combine with?
What other jewellery shows rose gold off in its full glory?
Naturally, rose gold isn't just meant for diamond engagement rings. The precious metal looks fabulous as a stackable ring, set with a diamond or otherwise.
In addition, it also looks gorgeous in stud earrings and bracelets. Similarly, a watch adorned with a touch of rose gold is also an excellent choice. It lends a unique twist to timeless watches. And when it comes to watches, rose gold is far from a woman's remit alone.
Learn more about the difference between platinum and white gold
Would you like to see if a rose gold ring suits you? If so, please do get in touch with the BAUNAT jewellery experts for further advice or to ask for a tailor made quotation right now.