Discover Your Love With Rose Gold Couple Rings September 20, 2021 – Posted in: Blog

Rose gold is popular right now, and those who like it adore it. Rose gold is a metal that works well with diamonds because it enhances their beauty without competing with it, and it also works well with other gemstones. It’s understated, incredibly feminine, and goes nicely with a variety of metals and colours. Rose gold was first popularised in the 1920s, and while it is currently witnessing a resurgence in popularity.

Rose gold is only one of the many gold engagement ring options. We blend metal alloys with pure gold to create different coloured golds because pure gold (24-carat gold) is too soft for jewellery. Yellow gold, white gold, and rose gold are the three most popular metals for engagement rings 


Rose gold is a gold and copper alloy that is becoming increasingly popular in specialist jewellery. Red and pink gold are two examples of hues that fall under the ‘rose gold’ umbrella. The more copper in the combination, the redder the ring will be in general.


The history of the “rose gold” started in the mid 19th century in imperial Russia. Peter Carl Faberge was one of the first jewellers to use this precious metal in his most ornate creations. Mixing yellow gold with copper resulted in an enticing pink material that was first coined as “Russian Gold.” As this combination of two metals became popular among jewellers worldwide, it was later renamed “rose gold.”


Rose gold is created by combining particular amounts of silver, copper, and gold into a single material. A karat number refers to the number of “parts” of gold in a piece of jewellery.

As a result, 24-carat gold is 100 percent gold. 18 karat gold is 75 percent gold, or 18 parts gold and 6 parts alloy.

The other metals added to the gold to form the final product are referred to as “alloy.” Rose gold is made up of copper and silver alloys.

Metals are added to pure gold for a variety of reasons. Copper and silver, in the case of rose gold, add the pink tint that is wanted from a metal called rose gold.


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The other metals added to the gold to form the final product are referred to as “alloy.” Rose gold is made up of copper and silver alloys.

Metals are added to pure gold for a variety of reasons. Copper and silver, in the case of rose gold, add the pink tint that is wanted from a metal called rose gold.


Rose gold has the unique advantage of not tarnishing. In fact, like a bottle of wine, it gets better with time.

As time goes by, a sheen-like patina develops, resulting from oxidation. So, the longer your loved one wears the ring, the more the beautifully blush persona of rose gold enhances.


You may probably find a rose gold version of any piece of jewellery you choose. While rose gold may not be as popular as other forms of metal jewellery, its popularity in recent years has increased the number of rose gold jewellery options accessible.



Rose gold’s gentle tint blends beautifully with other metals in the same piece, as well as a wide variety of coloured gemstones.

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(i) Rose gold has a vintage feel with a modern twist.

Rose gold is a versatile metal that works well with a variety of ring styles, including vintage, traditional, and modern. It complements elaborate vintage styles without appearing as dated as other yellow gold types. It’s a lovely transition metal for rings with several gold tones, and it’s right on style without being overdone and plastered on everyone’s hands.



You can opt from a simple single-stone classic setting to something more complex if you want a rose gold diamond ring. The rose gold will highlight the ring’s features and highlight each of the tiny diamonds set around the centre stone while maintaining its softness.

(ii) Rose gold complements many skin stones and tone colours.

Rose gold is a metal that looks good on practically everyone. White gold and platinum can make pale skin tones look washed out, and certain yellow gold can blend in with similar skin undertones, but rose gold makes your skin tone look warm and healthy.



A rose gold engagement ring is a beautiful way to show off a lab-grown diamond or coloured gemstone. Champagne sapphires, alexandrite, and emeralds are some of our favourite lab-grown centre stones to use in a rose gold setting.

It’s worth mentioning that some people are sensitive to rose gold because of the copper component, so think about whether rose gold is right for you or your fiance if you or your fiancé have allergies to other metals.

(iii) Rose Gold Lasts Longer Than Yellow or White Gold

Rose gold is a gold and copper alloy, making it more durable than white or yellow gold, which softens as the Karat number increases. While it lacks the strength of platinum, it is a more cheap precious metal with distinctive colouration that varies based on the amount of pure gold in it. 



While a greater Karat gold engagement ring is more stunning and sometimes considered more luxury than a lower Karat gold band, it will require more maintenance and care, making it less worn daily for some brides, depending on their lifestyle. You don’t have to get rose gold dipped like white gold, and you don’t have to worry about it getting damaged like high-Karat yellow gold. All you have to do to keep a rose gold ring in good shape is clean it often and polish it with a soft cloth, making it an ideal choice for anyone who wishes to wear their engagement ring at all times.


Because of its higher copper concentration, rose gold is equally as durable as white or yellow gold, if not more so. Rose gold, on the whole, is more resistant to wear and tear than yellow gold. Platinum, on the other hand, outperforms all three.



Rose gold, unlike white gold, does not require an external layer of plating due to its inherent strength. This means a rose gold ring will be more resistant to scratches and dents than other metals.

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Our platinum rose gold couple bands range features an immense joy to any football fan.  The versatile bands come as a pair and interlock in multiple ways, creating a different look each time. The design of each one gives the option to be worn alone, together or stacked with more rings. The trend for stacking and layering jewellery remains in the spotlight, with consumers always wanting new ways to explore their style.


Jewellery is a very personal thing that tells a story about the person who is wearing it. This platinum rose gold fusion bands are specially designed with heart symbols and a unique letter that expresses the two souls being bonded together.  Make your promises on a special day with this special ring as a symbol of your love life.


Knots are a common theme in jewellery design and you might be wondering what’s the story behind it. The symbolism behind the act of tying a knot is one kind of binding.  This is a beautiful alternative to the traditional wedding band for him & her!! Intertwined and inseparable the ring symbolizes the bond between you and your significant other. 



Take your romantic relationship to the next level, hopefully, happily ever after. Put your favourite gold and platinum jewellery in your checked baggage with the Ray of Love Platinum Wedding Bands, outshine your personality, and add a beam of refined looks to your appearances. 



A tint of RoseGold not only adds beauty but gives a unique look to it. Further, the band can be customized with your voice waves, Fingerprints, etc.

While it’s the perfect choice for any woman who wants to feel unique, feminine, and romantic, rose gold is a really stylish choice for men’s jewellery, too! The unexpected colour adds a unique touch to men’s pieces such as watches, chains, and wedding bands.

Today, rose gold jewellery is beloved for the way that it perfectly compliments every skin tone and is widely available in both engagement rings and fine jewellery selections.

AuGrav (Au-Gold, Grav-To Etch, to Engrave) Strongly believes that any Jewel should be a natural extension of yourself.  It could be as simple as your Names, your Fingerprints, your Voice Waves, or anything that describes your Persona.  To create a piece that will be worn by only 1 out of 7 billion people on earth, Get In Touch with us.  Our Jewelry experts have all ears to listen to your story and suggest creating a masterpiece.


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