Engagement Rings

Reasons to Consider Rose Gold


Rose gold has a strikingly beautiful hue. It is comprised of a percentage of yellow gold mixed with copper and other metals. The result is a gorgeous, warm and romantic version of traditional gold.

A Brief History

Did you know Rose Gold used to be called “Russian gold” back in the 19th century? It began to become popular in the 1920s when wedding ring designs were blossoming and moving into the use of uncommon alloys. During this time, highly creative jewelry was on the rise that made a distinction from the geometric and monochromatic “icy white” designs of the Art Deco period in the 1930s.

Rose gold has such a beautiful delicateness to it that compliments all skin types and can be combined with many different kinds of gems and diamonds. This is why rose gold trends came back with a vengeance — and this is also why it was able to stand the test of time.

Rose gold brooches, cocktail rings, and large cuffs all became part of the glitz and glamour of that era— influencing the current era where rose gold is a standard option for all types of ring choices.

Some of our Favourite Rose Gold Designs

Do you love the look of a vintage ring with the diamond surrounded by a beautiful halo? Let your eyes rest on our beautiful B011-01RM Noam Carver engagement ring. The Rose gold is the absolute perfect back drop to let the diamonds shine.

Ready to have your heart stolen? This Rose gold ring with floral carvings has gorgeous vintage detailing

Rose gold can be a great accent as well. This white gold ring, the B095-02WRM with a rose gold top is a beautiful and subtle way to mix colours and textures.

Learn more about CrownRing’s wide range of uniquely designed rings and happy ring shopping!

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