Rose gold was first used in early 19th century Russia by the famed jeweler Carl Faberge in his infamous Faberge Eggs, as was known as Russian Gold. Rose gold later gained popularity in the United States during the lavish and feminine 1920’s and was worn in engagement rings and fine jewelry. Cartier was instrumental in the rise in popularity creating luscious rose gold, fine jewelry with precious gemstones, and diamonds. One piece in particular aided in the rebirth of rose gold in jewelry, a simple band of three gold colors of gold intertwined now known as the “Trinity Ring ”.
Created by Cartier and commissioned by Jean Cocteau, famed French writer, artist, filmmaker, and playwright and who infamously wore the Cartier ring on his pinkie. Rose gold is a subtle, romantic color of gold that translates into romantic, elegant fine jewelry and engagement rings. We love creating designs in rose gold, and look forward to creating the perfect rose gold engagement ring, or fine jewelry piece for you!
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Rose gold is a blend, or an alloy of pure 24 karat yellow gold, copper and silver. Pure 24 karat yellow gold is the base for all gold colors and qualities, but is too soft to be used in a pure state for jewelry. It needs to be blended, or alloyed with other metals to strengthen it enough to wear. Different alloy recipes are used to color and determine all types of metal made into jewelry including platinum, white gold, yellow gold and rose gold. The depth of color in the rose gold depends on the ratio of yellow gold to copper. Less yellow gold , and a higher copper content will result in a more reddish rose color.
As an example 14K rose gold is more of a rose pink color than 18K rose gold due to the higher yellow gold content in 18K. To create our lush red gold color known as rose or red gold, our 14 karat yellow gold is an alloy of 58.30% 24k yellow gold, 33.5% copper and 8.20% percent silver. Our 18 karat rose gold is the color of a soft champagne rose, with gold undertones as the alloy is 75% 24k yellow gold, 22.2% copper and 2.8% silver.
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These Stackable Hoops Will Instantly Elevate Your Zoom Jewelry Look
To add sophisticated texture, these huggies are the quintessential blend of classic and eccentric. In a striking yellow gold, each pair in this set has a beaded, thick look that adds boldness to your stack. These bring interest to a classic gold-hoop earscape and also come in silver if that is your metal of choice or you like a metal-hybrid ear.
With Zoom calls as our runway for the foreseeable future and my hair usually being wound into a dirty bun, stackable hoop earrings have become the hero item of my WFH look. Mastered by celebrities like Dua Lipa and Cynthia Erivo, this trend continues to blossom especially when it comes to updos and short hair. Ornamenting your ears can be a fun but daunting task, whether you have one piercing or a cluster.
ABOUT THE ROSE GOLD HAIR
Rose gold hair is on the same scale as copper and warm rose gold hair. The base of the color has the same red undertones with hints of golden blonde.
However, the difference is in the overtone. Rich rose gold hair color includes vibrant pink instead of a more natural, muted shade Similar to the copper rose gold color, warm rose gold hair has a more natural look than other variations on this shade.
Closer to strawberry blonde than it is to candy-floss pink, warm rose gold hair is ideal for those who want to try out the trend for the first time. It’s particularly flattering on those who have a naturally yellow or golden undertone to their skin.
Rose gold ends is a big trend – and a simpler way to embrace the look without dyeing your whole head a new shade. As a general rule, the darker your hair, the deeper your rose gold ends can be.
To make the color stand out on dark blonde hair – also called dirty blonde – make sure the rose gold shade is a vibrant pink. Avoid too much warm red undertone, as this could clash with the ashier undertones of dark blonde hair.