Choosing a specific metal for wedding bands is very important. Many individuals believe that conventional yellow gold, silver, or platinum is rough on their skin. While, rose gold gives off a traditional, yet classic look that suits many different skin tones. Furthermore, it goes well with any other accessory and adds a perfect highlight to your outfit.
Rose gold was first used in Russia known as Russian Gold by a distinguished jeweler Carl Faberge. In 1920, United States, rose gold gained popularity and was worn in engagement rings and fine jewelry. Today, rose gold wedding bands are indeed a unique choice compared to the more common types of white and yellow gold wedding bands.
Rose gold is a mixture of metals like gold, copper and sometimes silver and zinc. Depending on the recipe of metals used in the rose gold alloy, the color