Guide to Precious Metals
Lovely rose gold jewelry gives everything you wear a touch of romance. Gemstones like blue topaz, citrine, fire opal, garnet, and green amethyst set in rose gold have an alluring glow. Tanzanite, aquamarine, pearl, and diamond also look equally gorgeous in this beautiful, rosy metal. You can wear rose gold jewelry with your pieces in white and yellow gold without having to worry about the metals clashing.
14-karat rose gold jewelry is the most popular choice for this pretty gold alloy. Gemvara's designers hand-craft rose gold rings, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings in 58.5% pure gold with copper added for color. Its rosy glow flatters skin tones. You can also choose 18-karat rose gold jewelry if you prefer a purer blend of gold. At 75% pure gold, this premium alloy is preferred over 14K rose gold in Europe. If you care mostly about the color of your rose gold necklaces and other pieces, 14K rose gold has a deeper pink color due to a higher percentage of copper in the alloy.
Rose gold jewelry is also known as pink gold or red gold. At the start of the nineteenth century, this alloy was known as Russian gold. Recently, celebrities have been spotted wearing rose gold jewelry. LeAnn Rimes wears an engagement ring that has rose gold accents adding romance to her glamorous five-carat, oval diamond.
Like yellow gold, rose gold jewelry is a worthwhile investment. Gemvara only uses recycled rose gold. Our rose gold rings and other pieces are crafted by hand in the United States, meant to be passed down for generations. Although rose gold jewelry doesn't tarnish, it can collect dust. Clean your pieces in warm water with mild dish soap with a soft brush.
Rose Gold Benefits
- The warm color is flattering to the skin
- Tone blends well with many gem colors
- Gold has lasting value and significance
- Adds a fashionable touch to any design
- Lovely contrast with white gold, platinum, or sterling