In the early nineteenth century, one of the most popular metals in Russia was a gold tone pink, widely used in jewelry and ornaments. For a long time, it was even called Russian gold among jewelers and consumers in general. This term, however, became unfashionable, giving rise to the nomenclature rose – or even rose gold – that persists today.
This gold color was forgotten for a time, until a few years ago, major brands of jewelry, including H. Stern, bet on it again. One reason for the growing popularity of this metal is its romantic appearance that stands out on most skin tones. Continue reading “Rose gold: Absolute trend in jewelry”