Rose Gold Rings
Characteristics of Rose Gold RingsOriginally called Russian Gold, rose gold has a long history of luxury. This blush-hued metal found its popularity in the United States during the Roaring 20s for its feminine appeal, and it continues to be a popular choice for engagement rings today. Coming in a variety of styles, from contemporary to vintage, rose gold rings are versatile enough to thrill any bride. The metal's demure glow creates a stunning backdrop for the center stone, producing a showstopping sparkle. Ella Rose offers handcrafted rose gold rings highlighting a gorgeous glimmer, perfect for any romantically inclined bride.
Popular Rose Gold Ring StylesSolitaire rings are one of the most popular rings to propose with so why not choose one in rose gold. The timeless, minimalistic design ensures that it will never go out of style. Any stone cut will work well in a solitaire setting, from the modern princess to the elongated oval. The combination of a moissanite stone’s sparkle and the light blush of rose gold creates a soft, romantic glow. Another popular style, the three stone ring, represents a couple’s past, present, and future. These sentimental rings are classic in their design, with an unadorned rose gold band to allow for more attention on the trio of stones.
Connecting through decades past, rose gold rings were a favorite for many brides’ mothers and grandmothers. It is no surprise that it lends itself to vintage designs so beautifully. Audrey, an antique-inspired rose gold ring, delivers this sentiment in full force. The modern princess cut moissanite in a cathedral setting surrounded by detailed filigree creates a stunning display of vintage and contemporary artistry. For the bride that wants a little more dazzle, the Sophia side stone ring is radiant. A glamorous choice, the engagement ring sparkles from every direction showing off three rows of pave-set diamonds uniquely placed to follow the curvature of the ring.