Rose Gold Engagement Rings History Comparison Advice – Rose Engagement Ring

Rose Engagement Ring:

Originally popularized in the 1920’s by Cartier, rose gold is beginning to make a comeback with top designers such as Piaget, Bucheron, and Tiffany including rose gold in their collections.

Rose is created by using copper as the alloy to make the pure gold hardwearing, as is the case with any gold which isn’t 24 Karat.
In a recent interview, Duvall O’Steen, director of the World Gold Council said, “Rose Gold is more rare, whether that’s because it’s made to order or there’s just less of it being made…the 90’s were about black and white and minimalism, and everyone was into white gold. At the beginning of the 21st century, color and femininity made a comeback…It just works with what’s going on in fashion right now.”

Rahul Kadakia, the New York jewelry specialist at Christie’s feels that “the resurgence of Rose Gold has got more to do with the large French houses such as Boucheron and Cartier,” both of whom included Rose Gold Pieces in their collections for the Biennale des Antiquaires last September.

Although Rose Gold settings can be a little harder to find, there is no monetary price to pay for the exclusivity and in vogue charm of making them a part of your engagement ring choice — and Rings Info is here to help. Just check out our collection of some of the most beautiful Rose Gold Engagement Rings available.

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