You’ve probably landed on this post because rose gold engagement rings captured your heart or your significant other has given you hints that they’re interested in a rose gold ring – whatever the case we are here to help you.
To begin with, as we covered in a previous post about rose gold rings, one of the biggest questions that comes up is whether 14k or 18k is better. And when looking at gold our minds usually gravitate towards 18k as the more appealing option but that’s not always the best.
The characteristics we all know and love about rose gold jewelry (the stunning pink hue) are most present in 14k gold due to the mix of metals that highlight the pinkish color, and that’s something to keep in mind when choosing/designing an engagement ring.
For over 40 years we have been recognized as a leading designer of engagement/wedding rings, including rose gold rings, and we’re looking forward to the future.