Rose Gold Solitaire Engagement Rings
A velvety and lustrous rose gold solitaire engagement ring, with its signature pinkish metal tone, is a beautiful choice for an engagement ring with a contemporary edge. The rose gold solitaire ring has undoubtedly become a modern-day classic, with soft diamond shapes such as round and oval often taking centre place alongside a refined, thin band. Although simple in style, rose gold solitaire rings embody sophisticated, modern femininity.
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About Our Rose Gold Solitaire Rings
We craft our rose gold solitaire engagement rings with the finest 18K rose gold. To achieve the perfect balance between the radiant, pink tone and the metal's durability, metals such as copper and silver are added to pure gold - creating the signature sunset tones synonymous with solitaire rose gold rings. If you’re exploring 14K rose gold solitaire rings, our in-house Hatton Garden jewellers advise you stick to the 18K for a purer, richer rosey colour. That said, we can absolutely create your ring with 14K gold - just get in touch to learn more.
Skilfully Created with 18K Rose Gold
As with every Queensmith ring, we craft each 18K rose gold solitaire ring with care, passion and concentrated attention to the details. Solitaire engagement rings are simple and refined by nature, but our goldsmiths still pore over the minutiae to ensure a ring that endures both time and style.
How to Design Your Rose Gold Solitaire Engagement Ring
Diamonds are the obvious choice of gemstone when it comes to rose gold engagement rings. The stone is timeless, and the setting contemporary - the beautifully juxtaposed features create a contemporary classic style: an enduringly stylish engagement ring.
Top tip for your rose gold solitaire engagement ring: A tiny but important design feature is the claws that will hold your diamond or gemstone securely in place. If you’re choosing a colourless diamond but love rose gold, you may want to use platinum just for the claws to avoid reflecting the rose gold into the diamond. Platinum claws will ensure your diamond shines bright, white and colourless.
The lustre of colourless diamonds isn't for everyone, and you may be considering a coloured gemstone. Pink and peach sapphires work beautifully with a rose gold solitaire ring setting, and other, rich colours such as blue sapphires can create an alluring contrast - book an appointment to discuss your custom rose gold solitaire ring design.
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