With jewellery being both an intimate expression of self, worn close to the skin, and an outward projection of our personal style, (a way of telling others who we are, without speaking) instinctually, we're each drawn to a particular precious metal, a colour, a mood, our adornment offering a silent extension of our identity. Embodying a space somewhere between both the warmth and coolness of yellow and white golds, rose gold occupies an aesthetic all of its own, with the girls who favour it, much like the metal itself, a curious mix of influences, persuasions and energies.
The most unusual of the three golds, rose gold jewellery is at once distinctive yet subtle, exuding a quietly confidant statement. At one end of the spectrum, the women who favour these blush tinted jewels are the wild romantics, an embodiment of absolute femininity, underpinned by a rawness, a thirst for life and for love. Ethereal and dreamy, they favour delicate, superfine, almost discreet adornment.
At the other end of the spectrum they possess a darker side, pairing the rosy tint of gold with black diamonds and blacker lingerie, an intriguing juxtaposition of darkness and femininity. For these women, rose gold embodies the unusual and the beautifully unexpected, seeking out equally unexpected stones, shapes and designs for layered adornment.
By Charlotte Rose Gold Lotus and Little Buddha Necklace
Serena The Swan Rings
Anna Sheffield Rose Gold Cresent Band
Cartier Heart of Cartier Love Necklace
Natalie Marie Fine Arc Bracelet
Tiffany & Co Tiffany T Narrow Wire Bracelet
Claire Aristides Rose Gold Diamond Cross Necklace
Ford & Harris Rose Gold Sioux Cross Earrings
Natalie Marie Rutilated Quartz Ring
Tiffany & Co Elsa Peretti Diamonds by the Yard Bracelet
Claire Aristides Rose Gold Infinity Bracelet
Ford + Harris Spike Jonze Succulent Wrist Cuff
By Charlotte Rose Gold Sacred Pearl Necklace