Rose gold is one of the biggest trends in wedding jewelry at present; however this warm yet soft twist on a timeless metal is far from new. The Chinese, the Greeks and the Romans all had their own versions of this lovely pinkish metal, which isn’t exactly a surprise when you take into account how gold is found in nature. In its natural state, gold often contains copper, a metal that provides a hint of pink. It’s this same addition that gives rose gold wedding bands their unique and lovey hue.
Rose gold wedding rings are surprisingly versatile, and are complementary to a wide range of skin tones. They’re also complementary to a wide range of tastes, thanks to the many styles that are available. Here’s a sampling of three rose gold wedding bands that demonstrate the adaptability of the metal from which they’re crafted.
- The 14K Rose Gold Wedding Band with Brushed Center is one of several plain rose gold wedding bands that’s offered by Apples of Gold. This simple yet sophisticated style pairs a brushed center with polished edges, creating subtle contrast and showcasing two rose gold looks.
- The Paisley Carved Wedding Band in 14K Rose Gold envelops the wearer’s finger in an elegant swirling design that’s framed by smooth, polished edges. This open motif is inspired by times past and is given and extra touch of romanticism, courtesy of its rosy glow.
- The 14K Rose Gold Hammered Wedding Band Ring provides the perfect balance between ruggedness and refinement as a pounded surface is offset by smooth beveled edges.
These three styles are just a small snapshot of the many ways to wear the metal of the moment. From simple, classic looks to designs inspired by the Victorian Era to those with rugged refinement, there’s a rose gold wedding band to fit just about any taste.
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