Characteristics of Gold Engagement RingsPeople have been loving gold so long, we don’t even know where and when it first started getting made into rings. But in the thousands and thousands of years since, the idea of the gold engagement ring has reached its apex in the hands of contemporary stylists. Far from one type of gold, the lover of gold engagement rings can find pieces in every color of the rainbow—from white gold to rose gold and yellow gold. Here at Rogers Jewelry Company, we carry gold engagement rings from the top designers in the jewelry industry, rich with the kind of iconic details that women love.
Popular Gold Ring Collections at Rogers Jewelry Co.Sylvie engagement rings are paradigms of the various styles of engagement ring. No one makes a more halo-style ring clearly “halo-y” than Sylvie, for example. And while the brand tends to make their gold engagement rings with one particular tone of gold, some of their most elegant choice are two-tone bands made with 14k gold accents in two colors that interweave and compliment each other. Also, the Scott Kay Luminaire and Guardian collections join the two-tone gold campaign, creatively marrying a gold band with a crown of another form of gold. But even the one-tone 18k gold engagement rings from these collections still dazzle the senses.
One of the most special things about Hearts on Fire gold engagement rings is the way they take advantage of shape as well as the natural shimmer of gold and diamonds to make an engagement ring that’s perfectly timeless. Have you ever seen a gold engagement ring with a hexagonal halo? Because HOF offers two variants in 18k gold with 0.20 carat of pave-set side stones. And let us not forget the excellence of the A. Jaffe Classics collection. Even though bezel-set stones are, as the name suggests, very classic, there’s something remarkably impressive about the way A. Jaffe is able to do it only halfway around a diamond.