Post # 16
Do it! Join the rose gold club, it’s a great club to be in. My jewler told me this and it helped me decide ” Rose gold has been around since the 1800’s, it is not a new thing or trend, like everything else its popularity goes in cycles but it is by no means mom traditional or a passing fad”
I love the way rose gold looks and how it makes white stones look. To me it seems softer than yellow gold and more romantic than white gold. And of course, here is my rose gold precious…
Oh and I think that ring is beautiful and the rose gold compliments it amazingly! RosarioBox?
Post # 18
Just popping in to show my rose gold e-ring, and also say that if you are looking for less pink and more of a tint, go for 18k gold rather than anything lower.
Post # 19
Im in love with my rose gold and don’t feel any regrets at all. I think it all depends on your skin… I never wear anything silver so it was either gold or rose gold for me and I really love the hue of rose!
Post # 20
I don’t have rose gold, but my ring is from Rosados Box and I love it! Just wanted to let you know that they are awesome!
Post # 21
- Wedding: October 2016 - Bloch Chapel
I love my rose gold ring!! No regrets whatsoever. Since my skin has pink undertones, you can’t really tell that it’s rose gold, but I think it’s more flattering on my hand than white or yellow gold.
I’m thinking of a band like this one (photo via ZinaFineJewelry, etsy):
Aaaaand my fiance wants a touch of rose gold in his as well (I told him they don’t have to match, but he still likes the idea of them having similar elements), and he likes this one (via spexton, also on etsy):
Post # 22
I love rose and yellow gold! So I opted for 18k rose gold. It’s not as pink as 14k since it consist less copper and still has that yellow tint. Where I came from, we call it pink gold. There are difference between red gold, rose gold and pink gold. I believe red gold doesn’t have silver in it at all, rose gold has about 2.5% silver, and 5% silver for pink gold. I believe US 18k rose gold usually consist of 5% silver as well, but call it rose gold anyway.
I bought an 18k pink gold ring where I came from, and I love the color, so when we had my engagement ring and wedding band made here in the US, I believe I asked about what alloys they use and the percentage. When I received my ring, I was glad that it has the same exact color and the pink gold ring that I bought!
Post # 23
This is my rose gold .5 carat moissy! I love it!!
Post # 24
Here’s my rose gold set! DO IT!!
Post # 26
my ring is the same style as the one you picked out:) rose gold is gorgeous!
Post # 27
Your ring is amazing, I love oval cuts! Out of about six jewelry stores I went to only two of them had any oval cut diamonds I’ve had a hard time trying to find them haha!
Post # 28
wow i’m crushing on all of this rose gold rings
Post # 29
Here’s my rose gold solitaire that I lost 2 years ago, I miss it so much! If you love rose gold then go for it! It’s really just a warmer version of yellow gold, so I still find that it looks traditional. I love it and can easily say that 90% of my jewelry is rose gold.
Post # 30
Do it!! I never regretted mine ☺️