Rose gold has soared in popularity in recent years, but you may be surprised to find that this precious metal has been used in engagement jewellery for over a century. Rose gold was admired throughout the Art Deco period for its delicate pink hue, which felt lavish and allowed it to stand apart from traditional yellow gold and silver jewellery. Since the Art Deco period, rose gold has maintained its position as one of the most popular metals for use in jewellery. Gatsby Jewellery are pleased to offer a beautiful selection of antique and vintage rose gold engagement rings.
Victorian 2.65 Carat Emerald Solitaire Ring, circa 1900
Edwardian Natural Pearl & Rose Cut Diamond Cluster Ring, circa 1910
1.00 Carat Fancy Orange Brown Rose Cut Diamond Solitaire, 18k Rose Gold
Edwardian 1.28 Carat Spinel & 1.07 Carat Old Cut Diamond Ring, circa 1910
Victorian 5.68 Carat Insignificant Oil Colombian Emerald Solitaire Ring, circa 1900
Vintage Soviet 5.00 Carat Synthetic Sapphire Ring, circa 1980
Modern 0.97 Carat Round Brilliant Cut Diamond Illusion Cluster Ring, 18k Rose Gold