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Rose Gold Jewelry Pieces You’ll Never Want To Take Off

Rose gold jewelry is trending in 2021 – and we can confidently say that this is a trend that won’t pass. But which rose gold pieces are the most popular right now, and how should you wear them? Read on for the hottest pieces in this warm-toned metal.

Rose Gold Jewelry Pieces You’ll Never Want To Take Off

If you like rose gold, you love it. Rose gold jewelry has emerged as a top contender – for the past few years, these pieces have steadily increased in popularity. And of course they have! Rose gold is a gorgeous jewelry metal with legions of die-hard fans.

What’s Rose Gold?

Rose gold is a yellow gold/copper alloy. The gold gives it a malleability and sheen that’s perfect for jewelry, and the copper gives it its distinctive pink hue. Originally used in the production of Faberge eggs in the 19th century, nowadays rose gold is beloved for both its durability and romantic pink hue. 

Why is Rose Gold Trending?

Rose gold has a light pinkish hue that’s singular in fine jewelry. Its unique color imbues each rose gold jewelry piece with a feminine, vintage feel that’s uncommonly delightful. Plus, this pinkish gold is also one of the strongest! It’s more durable than both white gold and yellow gold. In fact, it’s only second in hardness to platinum! That durability is thanks to its copper content, which incidentally also makes rose gold one of the more affordable jewelry metals. Copper isn’t as expensive as gold, and the gold + copper combo makes rose gold a relatively low-maintenance metal. Rose gold jewelry is the perfect choice for anyone who likes their jewelry to keep a lasting shine with minimal effort. Not only is rose gold a metal that doesn’t require re-plating – it also doesn’t tarnish! 

The only disclaimer we have is that rose gold is not hypoallergenic. Anyone with copper allergies should avoid rose gold.

Rose gold jewelry is both glamorous and practical, making it a favorite of celebs and everyday workers alike. Celebrities like Blake Lively and Alison Brie have fanned the flames of this trend with their gorgeous rose gold engagement rings. So if you want a metal that evokes classic Hollywood – give rose gold jewelry a serious consideration.

What Does Rose Gold Go With?

Don’t be shy to pair rose gold with any gemstone that you particularly enjoy. But there are a few gems that complement rose gold particularly well. 

  • Warm-toned gems: The pink undertones of gemstones like pink sapphire, morganite, red rubies, and purple amethyst complement the pinkish color of rose gold particularly well.
  • Green gems: Green is on the opposite side of the color wheel from pink, and so green gemstones like emerald or peridot look especially striking when set in rose gold jewelry. It’s not a particularly intuitive combination, but trust us – it’s a successful one!
  • Clear & white gems: Neutral-colored gems like diamonds, white sapphires, and pearls enhance the features of any jewelry metal they’re set in. And when set in rose gold jewelry, they evoke whimsy, femininity, and classic romance.

Pearl + Rose Gold Jewelry

Let’s start off with one of our favorite jewelry pairings: rose gold and pearls. Pearls are one of the earliest-worn gemstones; even in antiquity, they were prized for their shine. In ancient Greece, they were said to be the joyous tears of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty. And the Romans prized pearls more than diamonds! The Roman elite’s obsession with pearls spurred the development of a thriving pearl trade that spanned Europe and the Middle East. From the Persian Gulf to the Isle of Britain, a steady stream of pearls made its way to Rome. 

And over two thousand years later, pearls are still the gemstone of choice for modern-day royalty!


ROSE GOLD PEARL BRACELETS

Rose Gold South Sea Pearl and Diamond Bracelet

A single large pearl is complimented by three delicate, bezel-set diamonds in this open bracelet.

18K Rose Gold South Sea Cultured Pearl And Bezel Set Diamond Trio Bangle Bracelet

Rose Gold Multicolored Pearl & Pavé Diamond Bracelet

This rose gold bracelet features not one, but two stunning, differently-colored pearls! These South Sea pearls are set on a diamond-studded pavé band that swoops and dives like the sea waves under which these gemstones originate.

18K Rose Gold Multicolor South Sea Cultured Pearl And Diamond Curving Bangle Bracelet

ROSE GOLD PEARL RINGS

Rose Gold Pearl Ring with Diamond and Morganite

This 14K rose gold ring is set with three different gemstones: The center pearl is set off by a truly beautiful combination of side stones: four round diamonds and two pear-shaped morganite stones. Make your mark with statement jewelry!

14K Yellow Gold Freshwater Pearl And Diamond Trio Ring

Crescent Rose Gold Pearl Ring

This delicate, minimalist ring features a freshwater pearl embraced by a crescent of rose gold. Wear the sun and moon on your finger!

14K Rose Gold Freshwater Pearl Crescent Ring

ROSE GOLD PEARL NECKLACES

Pearl and Diamond Rose Gold Necklace

With delicate diamond-studded “leaves,” this eye-catching Windsor pearl seemingly sprouts from its rose gold mounting.

14K Rose Gold Pink Freshwater Cultured Windsor Pearl And Diamond Trio Leaf Pendant

Windsor Pearl Rose Gold Necklace

Oh, make a statement with a string of multicolored Windsor pearls! This chunky pearl necklace is totally on-trend with 2021’s love for bold necklaces. Plus, you can wear it a few ways: wrap it around your wrist a few times for a gorgeous pearl bracelet.

14K Rose Gold Multicolor Freshwater Cultured Windsor Pearl Necklace

ROSE GOLD PEARL EARRINGS

Amethyst and Pearl Rose Gold Earrings

The truly royal combo of amethyst and pearl makes any wearer of these dangling earrings an undeniable queen!

14K Rose Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl And Amethyst Drop Earrings

Diamond and Pearl Rose Gold Earrings

A fan favorite, these rose gold stud earrings are mounted with freshwater pearls and round accent diamonds.

14K Rose Gold Petite Freshwater Pearl And Diamond Earrings

Rose Gold Necklaces

If you’ve got rose gold, flaunt it! These head-turning rose gold necklaces put your sparkle front-and-center. Pick your flavor: pendants, pavé, gemstones, or diamonds! Every rose gold necklace in the bunch is unique yet cohesive, so you can wear it as a daily staple or a special occasion-only statement piece.

Beaded Diamond Rose Gold Necklace

Three concentric circles of rose gold beads are accented with a semicircle of tiny round diamonds. The understated glimmer and asymmetry of this rose gold necklace makes this a relatively simple piece that still turns heads.

18K Rose Gold Dots Asymmetrical Open Circle Diamond Necklace

Morganite and Diamond Halo Rose Gold Necklace

More pink, please! Dress it up, dress it down, layer it, or keep it simple. Get your fill of subtle femininity with a small, diamond-encircled morganite center stone that is ready to be worn in any situation.

4K Rose Gold Round Halo Morganite And Diamond Necklace

Open Heart Diamond Rose Gold Necklace

Talk about romantic! This asymmetric heart-shaped pavé diamond necklace is an excellent way to show someone special that you love them. And we’ve got to say, it makes a spot-on birthday or Valentine’s Day gift.

14K Rose Gold Pave Heart Shaped Necklace

Peridot and Diamond Halo Rose Gold Necklace

Green and pink are a surprisingly successful color combination! For the more adventurous of rose gold jewelry lovers, this large center peridot is perfectly elevated by a sunbeam halo of round diamonds and rosy gold.

14K Rose Gold Oval Halo Peridot And Diamond Necklace

Rose Gold Earrings

Rose gold earrings should be mandatory wearing for anyone with warm skin tones and/or green eyes. Set close to the wearer’s face, earrings are totally unmissable. And we promise, these rose gold jewelry pieces will garner more than a few, “where did you get those?!” whenever you wear them out!

Sprouting Diamond Rose Gold Earrings

These nature-inspired rose gold earrings feature marquise-shaped diamond “leaves” sprouting from their stems! Dangling elegantly from your lobes, every turn of your head will make sure every facet of these diamonds grabs the light and shines to their fullest.

18K Rose Gold Leafy Stem Threader Diamond Earrings

Amethyst Checkerboard Rose Gold Earrings

2021 is the year of the statement piece, and there’s no better statement to make than one that sparkles. These large purple amethysts radiant royalness for a price that’s within reach of the fashion-forward commoner!

14K Rose Gold Amethyst Checkerboard Leverback Earrings

Diamond Teardrop Rose Gold Earrings

Funk it up with rose gold earrings that grace both sides of your lobes! These super-sparkly pavé earrings literally crown your ears with droplets of diamond.

14K Rose Gold Graduated Tear Drops Diamond Earrings

Triple Diamond Rose Gold Earrings

These triple bezel-set diamond stud earrings are cute and perfect for active lifestyles! The trio of differently-shaped diamonds is securely set in durable, untarnishable rose gold, so you can look fantastic whether you’re sweating at the gym, busy at work, or looking fabulous on a candlelit date.

14K Rose Gold Geometric Diamond Cluster Earrings

Rose Gold Bracelets

Get your must-wear wrist accessories right here! Rose gold bracelets have arrived. Bangles and cuffs, both of which are quite strong styles, are striking in romantic rose gold. And we all know that there’s no better way to add elegance to an outfit than with a bracelet.

Rose Gold Diamond Sprinkles Bangle

This rose gold pavé bangle is literally sprinkled with trios of beautiful baguette-cut diamonds. Perfect for stacking, this is a bracelet that’s designed to be worn as much as possible!

18K Rose Gold Sprinkles Diamond Bangle Bracelet

Rose Gold Open Luxe Diamond Bracelet

Minimalist and classy, this open bracelet will add an upscale punch to your daily jewelry stack. If you love art deco, then this rose gold bracelet is for you!

14K Rose Gold Open Luxe Diamond Bar Bracelet

Rose Gold Double-Row Diamond Pavé Cuff

The double pavé diamond cuff is the rose gold bracelet we never knew we needed. But it’s turned out to be a customer favorite and an excellent way to add super-wearable shimmer to your wardrobe.

14K Rose Gold Two Rows Diamond Cuff Bracelet

Rose Gold Ruby and Diamond Bracelet

Rose gold and rubies for the win! This shimmering bracelet leans heavily into warm tones: pink rose gold gets along famously with red rubies. And just for fun, a row of tiny diamonds adds extra glitter to the bunch.

14K Rose Gold Ruby And Diamond Outline Bangle Bracelet

Rose Gold Rings

Let’s be honest – you can never have enough rings, especially when they’re rose gold. Wear them solo or in the ever-popular ring stack. Go for multiple rose gold rings, or mix-and-match them with white metals and yellow gold. These glittering beauties shine with every wiggle of your fingers – has there ever been a better reason to talk with your hands?

Rose Gold Triple-Layered Marquise Diamond Ring

There’s no need to stack your rose gold rings when you’ve got one that’s triple-layered! Each row of this modern ring is set with an off-center marquise-shaped diamond.

18K Rose Gold Diamond Accent Three Row Ring

Rose Gold Open Circle Diamond Ring

Set with 360° diamond pavé, this ring inverts the traditional idea of what a “center stone” needs to be.

14K Rose Gold Open Circle Diamond Ring

Rose Gold Pink Sapphire Ring

Bezel-set pink sapphires get an extra stylish touch with delicate milgrain halos. This perfectly pink ring adds a pop of color to any ring stack!

14K Rose Gold Milgrain Bezel Pink Sapphire Ring

Rose Gold Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring

Emeralds and rose gold are fast friends; green and pink are ideal complementary colors! This cluster ring features a pear-cut emerald and two marquise-cut diamonds, creating a unique combo that’s dainty yet intriguing.

14K Rose Gold Emerald And Diamond Cluster Ring

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How To Wear A Wedding Ring Set: The Must-Read Guide

In the world of how to wear wedding rings and engagement rings, there are no hard-and-fast rules. Even the most “universal” traditions, as you’ll soon see, are subject to variations. It all depends on the ring wearer’s particular culture and style.

So what should YOU do? Read on to find out.

The Right Way To Wear A Wedding Ring

“What’s the right way to wear my wedding ring?”

With all the traditions and rituals involved in marriage, it’s easy to get lost in the whirlpool of wedding “should”s. And there are a lot of them. But as far as how to wear a wedding ring, where to wear a wedding ring, and what your wedding ring should look like – there is quite a bit of room to express yourself! On the whole, the world of wedding rings is less rigid than that of engagement rings

Wedding Ring Pros: you have lots of flexibility in your style choice.

Wedding Ring Cons: you still have to navigate numerous, and possibly conflicting, traditions. 

That’s why we’re here to answer your questions about how to wear a wedding ring.

14K White Gold Pave Knife Edge Lotus wedding Band

#1: What’s the difference between a wedding ring and an engagement ring? 

Though there are a few key design differences, the main thing that sets these two types of rings apart is when they’re given. An engagement ring is typically given during the proposal (from the proposer to the proposee), while wedding rings are exchanged during the marriage ceremony between both partners. And while an engagement ring typically features a prominent center stone, wedding rings don’t have one focal point per se. They feature either rows of smaller stones or simply a clean solitaire band. In this, they’re more like the super-talented backup singer whose role is to gracefully point the attention to the star: your engagement ring.

Yellow Gold Solitaire
Engagement Ring

14K Yellow Gold 1.5mm Comfort Fit Engagement Ring

Yellow Gold Tapered
Wedding Ring

14K Yellow Gold Tapered Pave Band

In contrast to engagement rings, there are relatively few restrictions on how wedding rings should be worn and how they should look. Even so, navigating the myriad of loose cultural traditions and style possibilities can often be overwhelming. So let’s answer all your most pressing wedding ring questions, one-by-one!

#2: How should my wedding ring look?

Again, the answer is: anyway you’d like! There are very few customs concerning the actual design of a wedding ring. Here is a rundown of the most popular options.

Eternity ring or open ring?

ETERNITY RINGS

In some cultures, it’s a custom to wear circular eternity rings. In this case, the continuity of an eternity ring is considered to represent a couple’s endless love and their everlasting unity.

Prong-Set Diamond
Wedding Ring

Channel-Set Diamond
Wedding Ring

14K Yellow Gold Ladies Channel Set Diamond Eternity Ring

However, an eternity ring isn’t for everyone – non-circular rings are also a lovely option. This is particularly the case for anyone whose center stone is elongated – like a marquise, oval, or pear – and prevents the engagement ring from sitting flush with a round wedding ring. Two excellent alternatives are custom-curved rings, or open rings.

CURVED WEDDING RINGS

If your engagement ring has a distinct shape, your wedding ring can curve to accommodate your center stone. This gives your wedding set a unique interlocking quality. As an added bonus, the curved wedding rings’ complementary shapes reduce friction on your skin by preventing unnecessary slippage.

Pear Tiara
Engagement Ring

14K White Gold Pear Shape Bezel Set Diamond Tiara Engagement Ring

Curved Tiara
Wedding Ring

14K White Gold Diamond Tiara Matching Wedding Ring

Flower Halo
Engagement Ring

14K White Gold Fancy Pear Shape Whirling Halo Diamond Engagement Ring

Curved Solitaire
Wedding Ring

14K White Gold Matching Wedding Ring

OPEN WEDDING RINGS

Or, you can choose to wear an open ring. Though less common, open wedding rings are gaining popularity. These unique pieces complement many wearers’ unique styles, and they go beautifully with an elongated center stone.

Open Bezel
Wedding Ring

14K Rose Gold Petite Open Bezel Set Graduated Diamond Ring

Open Marquise
Wedding Ring

14K White Gold Open Marquise Shape Band

Stones or classic?

In Judaism, the wedding ring is traditionally an unadorned, simple band that’s free of engravings or precious stones. In other cultures, there are no specific customs regarding wedding ring decoration. Diamonds? Yes. Gemstones? Yes. Classic? Yes.

GEMSTONES

The beauty of gemstone wedding rings is the huge selection! Sapphires, rubies, pearls, emeralds…it’s a positive smorgasbord of sparkle. You can always choose a particular stone simply for its beauty, but you can also embrace certain stones’ meanings. For instance, you may inlay your wedding rings with your respective birthstones, zodiac signs, or stones that are particularly lucky for you.

Diamond and Sapphire
Wedding Ring

14K White Gold Round Brilliant Diamond And Marquise Sapphire Wedding Ring

Emerald, Ruby, Sapphire
Wedding Ring

14K Yellow Gold Pave Rainbow gemstone Ring By Brevani

CLASSIC

Classic wedding rings complement absolutely any engagement ring. The simplicity of a classic metal band directs all the attention to your engagement ring. So if you’re struggling to find a matching wedding ring, or you simply want to highlight your engagement ring, then a classic wedding ring could be the style for you.

White Gold Solitaire
Wedding Ring

14K White Gold 4mm Traditional Slightly Curved Wedding Ring

Yellow Gold Solitaire
Wedding Ring

14K Yellow Gold Slightly Rounded Wedding Ring

#3: Which hand should I wear my engagement and wedding ring on? 

Which hand, and which finger, on which rings are worn changes radically around the world. Even in Europe, in which rings are almost always worn on the fourth finger – the ring finger – there are at least 3 common ways to wear a wedding set.

On The Right Hand

Catholic and eastern European tradition dictates that the wedding and engagement ring both be worn on the right hand. The engagement ring is removed before the wedding ceremony, and after the wedding ring is slipped on during the ceremony, the engagement ring is replaced on top of it. The custom of wearing the wedding set on the right hand comes from an ancient Roman belief that the left hand was untrustworthy. In fact, the Latin word for “left hand” shares the same root as the modern-day word “sinister.”

On The Left Hand

On the other hand – *chuckle* – the Anglican church started doing things a bit differently following their separation from the Catholic church. By wearing both rings on the left hand, they rang in a new era of reformation by eschewing old “sinister” traditions. And this custom continues in Protestant cultures today, where the wedding ring is placed on the left hand during the wedding ceremony, and then the engagement ring is slipped on after it. Many people enjoy the symbolism of wearing their wedding ring closest to their heart, since it highlights the importance of marriage. 

Since the engagement ring is worn on the left hand after the proposal, many brides make this work by temporarily changing the hand on which they wear their engagement ring; during the wedding, they slip it onto their right hand before returning it to their left, over their new wedding ring.

On Different Hands

However, the engagement ring and wedding ring don’t have to be worn on the same hand. If it’s more your style, you can wear them on opposite hands. Spread the glitter around, as it were. In Spain, for instance, the engagement ring usually goes on the left hand, while the wedding ring usually goes on the right. 

So – there’s no dominating tradition regarding where to wear your wedding ring. It all depends on local tradition, religion, and personal style; not all of your personal traditions may line up. It’s possible that religiously, you prefer to wear your wedding ring on your right hand, but local custom dictates that you wear it on your left. 

In the end, it’s all up to you. However you prefer to wear your wedding ring is the right way to wear it.

#4: How do I match my wedding ring to my engagement ring?

The answer: however you’d like. This is where you have utter freedom to express yourself – there are very few, or no, customs regarding how to match your wedding set. So what’s this mean for you? You have 3 main elements to mix and match: metal, stones, and style

We’ve taken one of our most popular engagement rings, the Petite Pavé, to show you all the ways you can choose a matching wedding ring. 

The Petite Pavé Engagement Ring

14K White Gold Petite Pave Engagement Ring

Match by Metals

All ring metals look great together! White gold + white gold = pretty. White gold + yellow gold/rose gold = pretty. It all works. You can’t go wrong.

Rose Gold Classic
Wedding Ring

rose gold classic wedding ring

Yellow Gold Classic
Wedding Ring 

yellow gold classic wedding ring

Match By Stones 

Diamonds are definitely marriage material, but so are gemstones. Don’t be shy to choose a wedding ring with the right stones to make you smile. 

Diamond And Sapphire Arrows
Wedding Ring

14K White Gold Blue Sapphire And Diamond Arrow Shape Wedding Ring

Double-Row Pavé
Wedding Ring

14K White Gold Two Row Pave Ring

Match By Setting Style 

Your pavé engagement ring will look beautiful with either a pavé wedding ring or, say, a channel-set wedding ring.

Half-Pavé Diamond
Wedding Ring

half pave diamond wedding ring

Channel-Set Diamond
Wedding Ring

channel-set diamond wedding ring

If you’re wondering how to match you and your partner’s wedding rings, click here to get all our James Allen tips and tricks.

#5 What should I do if I can’t wear my wedding ring the “traditional” way?

Remember that tradition is a suggestion.

  • If you can’t wear your wedding ring on the “right” finger, wear it on another one!
  • If you can’t wear it on your hand, slip it onto a chain and wear it as a pendant necklace.
  • If your wedding ring doesn’t fit with your engagement ring, wear them on separate fingers.
  • If you don’t like rings, bracelets can be excellent substitutes.

The bottom line is – it’s your wedding, your marriage, and your ring. You can choose to wear it in whatever way suits you!

Wedding ring styles: our team’s picks! 

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9 Unique Wedding Rings That Make A Statement

How do you make a statement? We’ve curated a lineup of unique wedding rings so you can rock your personal style.

Unique Wedding Rings: white gold, rose gold, and yellow gold wedding rings.

Whether your engagement ring is a classic solitaire or something a bit more glitzy, picking a unique wedding ring will make your wedding set truly one-of-a-kind. Conclusion: you don’t have to settle for a less-than-perfect band.

Haven’t yet found the one? Maybe you’ll find it in one of the unique wedding rings below! 

Women’s Unique Wedding Rings


MYTH:

Women’s wedding rings must have diamonds.

TRUTH:

Gemstone wedding rings are here to stay. 


Emerald and Diamond Wedding Ring

Sapphire and Diamond Wedding Ring

14K White Gold Round Brilliant Diamond And Marquise Sapphire Wedding Ring

MYTH:

Wedding rings have to be simple.

TRUTH:

One look at the unique wedding rings below, and you’ll see that they come in all patterns and shapes.


Crown Diamond Wedding Ring

14K Yellow Gold Crown Diamond Ring

Leaf Motif Wedding Ring

Leaf Motif Wedding Ring

Arched Wedding Ring

14K White Gold Alternating Shape Diamond Band

Men’s Unique Wedding Bands


MYTH:

Men’s wedding rings have to be gold or platinum.

TRUTH:

Nope. These unique wedding bands also come in tungsten, wood grain, titanium, and even carbon fiber.


Carbon Fiber & Titanium Wedding Ring

Men's Black Titanium 8mm Comfort-Fit Carbon Fiber Inlay Design Ring

Woodgrain & Chrome Wedding Ring

Cobalt Chrome™ 8MM Wood Grain Comfort Fit Ring

MYTH:

Men’s wedding rings have to be plain.

TRUTH:

Diamonds and gemstones add classic shine to any men’s ring.


Tungsten & Diamond Wedding Ring

White Tungsten Carbide 9MM Round Diamond Band By TRITON

Sapphire Channel-Set Wedding Ring

14K White Gold 7.5mm Comfort-Fit Channel Set Sapphire Ring

Searching for more unique wedding ring ideas? Browse on!

  1. How to match your wedding rings
  2. Wedding ring engraving ideas
  3. The complete guide to women’s wedding rings
  4. The complete guide to men’s wedding bands

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Romantic Rose Gold Wedding Bands

Rose gold wedding bands: a vintage-style, romantic ring option to seal the deal.

rose gold wedding bands rings

Made of an alloy of gold and copper, rose gold wedding rings are loved for their warm, pinkish color. The copper contents make rose gold wedding bands more durable than other gold rings and keeps the color of the metal vibrant without maintenance. Plus, rose gold is especially difficult to scratch, a major pro for everyday wear.

Twisted Pavé Rose Gold Wedding Band

14K Rose Gold Twisted Pavé Wedding Ring

Rose gold is also known as “red gold” and “pink gold,” and sometimes “Russian gold” as a result of its popularity in early 19th century Russia. In addition to its storied history, rose gold is completely on-trend, rocking the hands of celebrities from Lauren Conrad to Blake Lively.

Pavé-Set Rose Gold Eternity Ring

14K Rose Gold Pavé Set Diamond Eternity Ring

Rose Gold Wedding Bands for Her

Classic Rose Gold Wedding Band

14K Rose Gold Slightly Rounded Wedding Ring

Baguette Channel-Set Rose Gold Wedding Band

14K Rose Gold Baguette Wedding Ring

Milgrain Bezel Set Rose Gold Wedding Band

14K Rose Gold Milgrain Bezel Diamond Eternity Ring

Sapphire Art Deco Rose Gold Wedding Band

14K Rose Gold Blue Sapphire And Diamond Arrow Shape Wedding Ring

Princess Channel-Set Rose Gold Wedding Band

14K Rose Gold 0.50CTW. Channel Set Princess Shaped Diamond Wedding Band

Zig Zag Bezel-Set Rose Gold Wedding Band

14K Rose Gold 4mm Bezel Set Zig-Zag Diamond Wedding Ring

Shop Rose Gold Women’s Wedding Bands

A rose gold wedding ring symbolizes epic love, whether you choose to pair it with a rose gold engagement ring or an engagement ring of another metal. That’s not to say that rose gold wedding rings are only for women — rose gold wedding bands are also a classy and distinctive choice for men.

Rose Gold Wedding Bands for Him

Comfort Fit Rose Gold Wedding Band

14K Rose Gold 4mm Flat Comfort Fit Wedding Ring

Etched Diamond Rose Gold Wedding Band

14K Rose Gold 6mm Etched Bezel Set Diamond Wedding Ring

Shop Rose Gold Men’s Wedding Bands

Ready to say “I do” to this romantic metal hue? Explore Rose Gold Wedding Rings

Read on: Figure out how to match your wedding ring to your engagement ring | Learn more about the rise of rose gold engagement rings

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