There’s something about the color pink. Often associated with charm, politeness, sensitivity, tenderness, sweetness and the romantic, it can also occasionally be a bit over-the-top:
Whatever your feelings about pink, there’s no denying it presence in jewelry in the form of Rose Gold.
Now, pure gold (24 karat) is ALWAYS going to be yellow, but is generally too soft to be used in jewelry that will actually be worn. 14K Gold (the US standard for fine gold jewelry) is actually 24K gold alloyed with other metals to make it harder and more durable. It’s generally alloyed with a combination of silver, copper, nickel and other metals to make both 14k yellow and white gold, but when a specific ratio of gold and copper is alloyed together the result is a pinkish/reddish hued metal generally know as Rose Gold:
A little funky, a little different, and definitely not for everyone – Rose Gold is always going to be the outside-the-box fashion option for those who want to change it up a little.
Did you know that aside from Yellow & White Gold, we can ALSO make most of our custom personalized jewelry in 14K Rose Gold?