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Rose Gold Diamonds

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A rose gold diamond, like a gemstone or any piece of jewelry, is all about the light. A rose gold diamond is a beautiful and unexpected option that can be a great complement to just about any skin tone—and at the same time, it's important to note that it also requires some careful consideration. A pink stone holds a special significance in that it's one of the few options out there that will look different depending on the type of light you're wearing it in. If you've ever noticed that your skin looks more tan or red (or maybe even more yellow) under different lighting conditions, you know what we mean.

Diamonds are not only the hardest stones known to man, but they're also able to bend and reflect light in ways that no other gemstones can—and this is what makes them so valuable. In fact, when a diamond is cut and polished properly, it's able to take white light and reflect it back as many colors as possible. Unfortunately, this process is not always an easy one. To get an idea of how difficult it can be, try looking at diamonds under artificial or natural lighting—you'll see how dramatically different their coloring can be in the two types of environments.

For a classic or modern look, you can't go wrong with a rose gold band.

For a classic or modern look, you can't go wrong with a rose gold band. Rose gold, often called "pink gold" or "red gold," is an alloy of yellow gold, copper and silver that gives the metal its rosy tint. Though many people think rose gold is a recent invention, it was actually the first type of red-hued jewelry and was used in Russia as early as the 1800s. During that same time period, Napoleon Bonaparte gave his wife Josephine a beautiful diamond ring set in rose gold—what better way to show your love than with a ring made from one of the most romantic colors?

For some people, rose gold is reminiscent of popular jewelry trends of decades past—it's sometimes called Victorian gold because it was so popular during that era. But this warm and feminine hue has also been rejuvenated for contemporary tastes and can be found worn by celebrities like the Kardashians.

Rose gold has a lot of versatility because it's so easy to pair with other metals and stones. It looks stunning when worn alone but can also create stunning juxtapositions when paired with cool tones like white diamonds or platinum.

Rose gold is also popular in engagement rings.

It has a soft, romantic glow that's a departure from the classic look of traditional white gold and yellow gold settings.

Rose gold contains 75% gold and 25% copper, so its color is due to the presence of this reddish metal.

Colored diamonds are another way to add warmth to a ring. A pink diamond looks beautiful set in rose gold, and the combination is a great choice for someone who wants something different from the typical engagement ring without sacrificing the timelessness of a classic design. A chocolate diamond, champagne diamond or canary diamond can also be used as an accent stone in a rose gold setting.

Rose gold can be bright or subtle depending on the color of the metal.

Rose gold looks amazing with diamonds, and the many shades of rose gold range from a subtle pink through to a rich, intense orangey-pink hue. The color of the metal can be bright or subtle depending on the color of the metal, and it makes an interesting contrast to white gold and yellow gold. The color is achieved by mixing yellow gold with copper, however other metals such as silver and palladium are sometimes used instead of copper.

Rose gold is an attractive choice for diamonds if you want something a bit different from traditional yellow or white gold settings. It is also very wearable with other metals such as platinum, which makes it a good choice if you like jewelry that can be mixed and matched.

It's worth checking that any ring you buy in rose gold really is solid rose gold rather than some other type of plated metal. There are lots of cheap rings available but they may not have much value over time.

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