First popularised more than two centuries ago, rose gold has now made a definitive sartorial comeback. From designer engagement rings and haute horology to ready-to-wear rose gold necklaces like our stunning Crystal Pave Disc creation, the blush hued precious metal bridges the aesthetic gap between dominant materials like white gold, yellow gold and silver finishes.
Embrace ‘Metal Mixing’ Trend
Undoubtedly one of the hottest trends of the decade, ‘metal mixing’ has emerged as a unique alternative to stepping out in gold or silver hues. French jewellery house Cartier was the first to pioneer the concept, with the introduction of its iconic ‘Trinity’ band ring in the 1920s. Debuting a harmonised trio of gold, white gold and rose gold, it went on to become one of the most coveted statement pieces of all time.
Today, the metal mixing trend has been revived, with contemporary stylists embracing the scope to pair traditional yellow and white golds with oxidized silvers, black rhodiums and brushed coppers. The warm hues of rose gold tie all these variations together, and play an integral role in helping wearers become more experimental and unique with their jewellery choices.