Rose gold, also known as pink gold, has been popular on the market for quite some time. Match it with white and yellow gold for a three-tone effect or wear a piece on its own as an alternative to the more common jewellery that is usually found in white or yellow gold.
Many brides-to-be add a rose gold wedding band to a white gold diamond solitaire for an elegant two-tone effect.
A new trend we’ve seen is to make even the diamond solitaire rings in rose gold. It is a choice that sets you apart, while staying with the classic designs….
Set of Wedding Rings and Diamond Solitaire, all set in 18K Rose Gold.
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