Rose gold bangles make a striking statement.
Always visible, bangles are one of the few pieces of jewellery that can be admired and appreciated by the wearer whilst being worn.
They add some colour, shimmer and sparkle to your wrist.
Often set with gemstones or diamonds, they add a chic simplicity or carefree glamour to any occasion and morph seamlessly from day to night.
The soft, warm hue of rose gold suits almost every skin tone.
A beautifully crafted rose gold bangle needs no other embellishment.
However, rose gold naturally partners with white gold. So they can be layered with other bangles and bracelets to create interesting contrasts.
Bangles offer a myriad of ways to express your own jewellery style.
The subtle rose hue is surprisingly versatile in offering sublime contrasts with a large range of gemstones, creating colour combinations which truly sing.
It is a spectacular choice of setting when partnered with red, pink or peachy gemstones. As it simultaneously enhances the colour of the stone, whilst being unobtrusive as a setting.
Rose gold emerged in the 19th century. Carl Fabergé, a renowned jeweller to the Russian tsars, featured rose gold in his famous Fabergé Eggs.
Consequently, rose gold was often referred to as “Russian Gold”. Its subtle blush tone has continued to steadily gain popularity ever since.
Rose gold does not occur naturally. It is an alloy containing a combination of gold, copper and often a little silver, to give it colour and strength.
Depending on the choice of metals and their concentration, the resultant rose gold can come in a variety of hues ranging from a strong reddish tint, so a soft warm, peachy shimmer.
All pieces are hallmarked in accordance with the 1973 Hallmarking Act.
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