The pink tint of the gold brings out the subtle blush tones of one’s skin. Despite its popularity in today’s jewelry, rose gold didn’t get its start until the 19th century in Imperial Russia. Carl Faberge, renowned jeweler to the czars, was one of the first to put this precious metal to use in his most ornate creations, specifically his famous Faberge Eggs. Blending yellow gold and copper created an alluring pink material that was first coined as “Russian Gold.” As this mix of alloys became popular among jewelers around the world, it was later renamed “Rose Gold.”  






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