Rose gold, first popularized in the 1920’s by Cartier’s Trinity ring (which consisted of three intertwining bands of yellow gold, white gold and rose gold) has made a comeback. The popularity of this warm, peachy, coppery metal waxed and waned throughout the decades but is back and quite coveted by brides and grooms looking for something understated, unique and vintage looking. Rose gold or pink gold as it is sometimes called, is gold mixed with copper which gives it its’ pink hue and which makes it flattering to just about any skin tone. The wedding bands we are sharing today are from Single Stone, a company based in California that is “devoted to creating engagement rings and wedding bands that remain true to original, historic details.” Single Stone will either create a bespoke piece of jewelry for you or will restore a vintage piece making either a treasured heirloom to be enjoyed for years to come.
Lead photograph ~ Olivia Band
Gabby Rose Cut Band