Our 14k rose gold jewelry showcases the metal's versatility and desirability. Rose gold's delicate 'blush-like' hue is created by mixing yellow gold with copper-colored alloys.
Rose gold became popular in Russia at the turn of the nineteenth century, then in the Victorian era in England. Due to its feminine-chic allure, its esteem has seen a revival and its popularity has now returned.
Keep your rose gold away from chemicals, and clean with warm water and mild soap. Wash with a soft brush and dry with a cloth. Our Jewelry Care & Cleaning page has more tips on caring for your jewelry.

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I love that you choose the band first and then pick a diamond to go with it, it makes so much more sense when one has a set amount they can spend.  Vivian V. - Sacramento, CA on Yelp.com
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