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Your Guide To Rose Gold Engagement Rings

by Faith Austin
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Rose gold engagement rings are for those who prefer a unique and subtle look. With the rose gold engagement ring complimenting most skin tones and diamonds ranging in shape, cut, and color, the blush hue is a sought-after and distinctive choice. 

Should You Buy A Rose Gold Engagement Ring?

When it comes to choosing the best engagement ring for you and your loved one, every step is a personal choice. Deciding to buy a rose gold engagement ring is no different. Below we are going to give you a few helpful tips to guide you in your decision.

Rose gold has been a popular choice for engagement rings with center diamonds that are warmer in color I, J, and K color.  It has been a common belief that rose gold masks the warm tone of diamonds that are within the near colorless to faint color range.  Diamonds do reflect the colors that are around them therefore warmer diamonds can appear to have a pink tint of warmth when set in rose gold, which is quite lovely.  If you are selecting rose gold for your ring because you are planning on selecting a faint color diamond, choosing a setting that has platinum prongs will help the diamond reflect white from underneath while blending with the rose gold on the ring when viewed from the top.

One fact that is not often recognized is the stunning contrast of colorless diamonds against the pink warm tone of rose gold.  Some believe that selecting a colorless diamond for a rose gold engagement ring is not prefered.  Should you consider a rose gold engagement ring if you are selecting a colorless diamond? We say, absolutely yes! We  not only prefer colorless diamonds set in rose gold, we believe it is a fantastic choice. Diamonds in the D, E or F color range appear even brighter when set in a rose gold basket or prong set engagement ring.  Rose gold is also an excellent choice for rings that have a hidden halo of diamonds.  This specific detail stands out beautifully in rose gold.

Still not sure if a gold rose gold engagement ring is the right choice for you?  Look for an engagement ring that has subtle hints of rose gold. Select a rose gold engagement ring setting that has french cut pave diamonds on the band. The french cut pave setting style has the least amount of visible metal.  The diamonds typically extend to the edge of each side of the ring. When viewed  from the top, only the small rose gold prongs are visible and when viewed from the side the rose gold blends into most skin tones.  To learn more about how rose gold is made click here!

Are Rose Gold Engagement Rings A Trend?

Incase you are worried about your rose gold engagement ring being a trend, don’t be! Everything is made in rose gold now, and for a good reason. Rose gold as a color has proven itself to be tried and true. It has moved on from once being a trend to now being a classic. From flatware, IPhones, blenders, to even hair color, you’ll soon find out when doing your bridal registry that rose gold has become a house hold staple.

Rose gold had been the preferred metal choice for engagement rings that are vintage in style. We can all thank Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively for today’s rose gold engagement ring obsession. Since the couple’s 2012 engagement, rose gold has made its way to mainstream engagement ring designs including modern bezel ring settings, thin band pave ring settings, and even 3 stone engagement rings that are typically designed in platinum only.  Adiamor has been offering 14k and 18k rose gold as a choice for all of our engagement ring styles since 2013. Most retailers only offer rose gold in select styles and typically only offer 14k or 18k rose gold.  Rose gold has been a top choice for engagement rings for 9 years and doesn’t demonstrate any signs of slowing down. Is this rose gold engagement ring obsession a trend?  We think not! 

Below are 3 of our Top Rose Gold Engagement Rings

This round cut rose gold diamond engagement ring setting showcases your center diamond. This rose gold engagement ring setting also compliments other shape diamonds. From round to radiant and emerald cut diamonds this ring is certain to stun. The band is dainty at 1.5mm, diamonds extend 3/4 of the way. The basket is adorned with a French Cut Pave hidden halo. This ring is the perfect thin band engagement ring. 

This pear shape rose gold halo engagement ring showcases the sparkle of your center stone while adding even more sparkle with the halo. The halo on this rose gold engagement ring will also give the illusion of a large center stone. This elegant engagement ring setting features brilliant cut round diamonds totaling approximately 0.30cttw. Not only does this ring suit pear shape diamonds, but other shaped diamonds will stand out as well.

This cushion cut rose gold solitaire will surely showcase your center stone with this super thin band engagement ring setting. From Oval to Emerald this engagement setting will flatter every center stone. The knife edge on this thin band solitaire seems to disappear on the finger, for the ultimate thin band engagement ring. The rose gold band can enhance the bright sparkle of your center stone making this engagement setting a top seller. This ring can also have a hidden halo added for that extra touch of sparkle!

Overall, rose gold engagement rings have become a unique classic and are here to stay! If you are looking for an engagement ring to compliment every center diamond and every woman’s style, rose gold is the way to go. Learn more about rose gold engagement rings here.

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