In the United States, up to 75% of all brides receive engagement rings made from diamonds and gold. Not every bride is the same and many prefer silver, but there is one type of gold engagement ring that has been growing in popularity in recent years: rose gold.
From jewelry to electronics, rose gold has slowly been taking over multiple industries because of its soft, peaceful color and unique flair that stands out among the others. What’s more is that rose gold, when used for engagement rings, come in a variety of styles that can make any bride happy.
If you’re still deciding whether to choose a silver, gold, or rose gold bridal jewelry, here’s why you should consider opting for rose gold:
Rose gold has a vintage look
Rose gold has a wonderful, vintage and romantic look to it unlike other metals, and not just because of its pink hue. Rose gold was incredibly popular during the 1920s during the American age of wealth. Stylish women and men flocked to their jeweler for vivid colors like rose gold to incorporate them into fine jewelry designs.
Rose gold is incredibly affordable
Because rose gold is made up of approximately 22.5% copper and 75% gold with a little silver to make the color more subtle (higher percentages of copper alloy makes the color a brighter red), rose gold comes at an affordable price point.
Rose gold compliments all skin tones
Many brides of various ethnicity will often compare gold and silver to their skin tones to see which color looks the best. Whether you’re dark skinned or light skinned, warm-toned or cool-toned, rose gold compliments every bride.
Rose gold can be used in any design
Rose gold can be used in a wide range of outstanding bridal jewelry and various types of wedding rings. With multiple types of stones, finding a ring with a jeweler that’s custom fit to your style will be far easier than you think.
Rose gold is not only a timeless and romantic color, but it also makes for an incredibly unique and beautiful engagement ring. For more ideas about how you can incorporate rose gold into your custom jewelry design, talk to your local jeweler today.