Yellow gold has long been the most traditional and commonly used metal for wedding rings. In the past three centuries, Eastern Orthodox, Eastern Catholic, and The Church of Greece went so far as to require the use of gold during the exchanging of wedding bands. White gold is now a very popular alternative to yellow gold and can be seen everywhere, especially on the younger generations. Now it’s time to push the envelope a little further with rose gold wedding rings.
Similar to other colors of gold, rose gold has a high percentage of copper in it, giving it a warm, reddish hue. Oftentimes, the lower the karats, the more vibrantly red or pink the ring is because of the higher copper content. This means that you can find rose gold rings in varying shades to suit your individual style.
This gorgeous 14k white and rose gold band is a unique, unisex choice. The rose gold is beautifully offset by the appearance of the white gold. It features an unmatched texture for a ring that is inimitable.
This 14k gold ring also features a white and rose combination, but in a more symmetrical way than the first. I love that this ring has both a sandstone finish and areas of polished finish. This exquisite band could be worn by husband and wife alike.
If you want to push the envelope with something really different without losing quality, why not go for rose gold wedding rings for you or your significant other? With many styles and hues, you’re bound to find one that tickles you pink.
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