The manufacturers reacting to consumers’ love for the rose hue.

The wedding ring market has long been dominated by white metals, be that white gold, platinum or palladium, but an interest in rose gold has brought some colour back to the bridal market.

Brown & Newirth recently launched a new line of rose gold engagement, wedding and eternity rings set with either champagne or white diamonds.

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The range has been dubbed Pink Champagne and was unveiled for the first time at The Jewellery Show. The British ring manufacturer says that rose gold rings now account for 20% of its bespoke design, with a particular popularity in the London region.

Rose gold wedding bands have been picking up in popularity at Stubbs & Co and Charles Green and the manufacturers will showcase new 18ct rose gold designs, some of which are set with diamonds, at The Jewellery Show.

This feature was taken from the February issue of Professional Jeweller. To read the magazine in full online, click here.




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