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Prettier In Pink: Rose Gold Engagement Rings

Everywhere you turn, Pink Gold (or Rose Gold) is in style. But this hasn’t always been the case historically.

Pink Gold has undergone periods of being en vogue, like during the Victorian Era, or in the early 1920s when Cartier introduced the Trinity Ring. This would give way to platinum in the 1930s with Pink Gold making a comeback following World War II.

Today, Pink Gold (a.k.a. Rose) is seen as chic, fashionable, lively and complimentary to most skin tones, in many cases offering a youthful blush.

Here are a few Pink Gold favorites that are sure to impress.

1) The Symphony Ring

Classic, yet stylish for the woman who wants to make a statement without having to utter a single word.


2) The Aphrodite Ring

Graceful, fashionable and refined, The Aphrodite Ring combines precision with an exquisite design that’s nothing sort of perfection.


3) The Fifth Avenue Ring

32 gemstones line an Oval shaped lab-grown diamond, creating a sparkle that would make even the most hardened New Yorker proud.


4) The Juliet Ring

A whopping 66 gemstones lead to the center stone, which can be customized in one of six different shapes. If you consider yourself a true Romeo, this is going to be your choice.


5) Petite Delicate Halo Ring

One of our best-sellers in any color, The Petite Delicate Halo Ring is both dressy and classy with a little Pink Gold jazz.


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