What is Rose Gold, Red gold and Pink Gold?
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Rose gold, red gold, and pink gold are made from a gold and copper alloy. Since copper has a bold pinkish-orange color, adding this alloy to gold gives the gold a beautiful pinkish gold color. 18K rose gold, 18K red gold, and 18K pink gold contain 75% gold. 14K rose gold, 14K red gold, and 14K pink gold contain 58% gold. The remaining percentage is made up of copper or copper and silver. The varying percentage of copper used determines the color of the gold. The more copper that is used, the stronger the rose color. Pink gold uses the least amount of copper, followed by rose gold, and red gold has the highest copper content.
Recently, it has been very fashionable to use rose gold in jewelry from traditional pendants and lockets to imitating the colour in fashion rings and in the manufacture of watches. Rose gold in the hands, cases and crowns of sports, fashion and dress watches brings an air of sophistication to a timepiece.
Its colour is suited to more skin tones than yellow gold and sets off other metal colour well; therefore it makes a complimentary addition to any jewelry collection.
There is no difference in caring for pure or plated rose gold, it should be kept separate from other jewelry, perfumes and hairspray.