Categories: Fashion & Beauty

The Most Stunning Rose Gold Jewellery Pieces Ever

In recent years, rose gold jewellery has taken its toll as a highly popular jewellery colour, making its mark across bracelets, rings, necklaces and earrings. And who can blame anyone for adoring this gorgeous shade in jewellery?

Usually pink or copper-toned, there’s something particularly charming about a rose gold tint, and it has transgressed from jewellery over to the flatware, hair colour, home decor and so much more. Although there is no such thing as ‘pure rose gold’, the colour of rose gold has simply captured our hearts. It truly is the perfect way to add a bit of a pink tone to the jewellery collection, especially if one becomes sick of the normal silver and gold jewellery styles. 

So, with rose gold so immensely popular these days, we thought it would be only fitting to list up a collection rose gold jewellery pieces that are just too stunning for words. These jewellery pieces catch our eye immediately and are perfectly trendy, beautiful and encapsulating. We’re sure you are going to love these pieces just as much as us. 

1. Rose Gold Poppy Choker Necklace

Choker necklaces have graciously made a triumphant return back into our lives. Think late 1990s, when girls were dressed in mini skirts and crop tops, dark lipstick, space buns and to complete the look – choker necklaces. 

A choker necklace is essentially a necklace that sits tightly around one’s neck as opposed to sitting on the upper chest. Often in the 1990s, choker necklaces were styled black and usually resembled a hair elastic or similar. But with the trend of light and weightless chains these days, this rose gold poppy choker necklace from Made By Mary is the perfect addition to a summer wardrobe. 

We can easily see this choker necklace worn with a boho style dress, a beach outfit or with a warm and fuzzy jumper for those colder days. But most importantly, a choker necklace such as this one pairs wonderfully with another long necklace to complete the look. 

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2. Rose Gold Love Knot Cuff

He loves me, he loves me knot. Either way, you’ll want to seal the bonds of matrimony with this gorgeous rose gold love knot cuff from Little Accessorie. Just like a bracelet, a cuff stays put on the wrist, which makes it that much easier to ensure your jewellery won’t be moving around with you as you go about your day. 

A cuff is a great addition to an already wired up wrist, such as when you wear a watch but wish for a bracelet or extra piece of jewellery completes the look. This way, the cuff stays put as does your watch, and you won’t be worried about any movement. Arguably, even a beautiful nod to the infinity symbol with this love knot embellished into this stunning rose gold jewellery piece. 

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3. Rose Gold Gia Earrings

Starlight, star bright, first star I see tonight … I wish I may, I wish I might have the wish I wish tonight. And that wish? To have these stunningly dangly rose gold Gia earrings from Rue Gembon of course? With delicate little moons and stars hanging from your earlobes, you’ll feel so connected to the stars it will send your senses tingling. 

Somewhat playful but ever so effortless, these delicate little rose gold earrings are perfect for that cosmic sensation within you. They are cute and petite and would pair wonderfully with a low neck top or off-the-shoulder blouse, to truly showcase that dangling effect. Perfect for a nighttime date or a night out with friends. 

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4. Rose Gold Moonstone Ring

And if you’re not as much into the star and moon symbols, but still love the galactic feeling jewellery can create in accessorising, this rose gold moonstone ring is sure to fly your heart flying to the moon and back. 

Engagement rings are traditionally sterling silver with a giant diamond centred in the middle, but this idea was created from absolutely nowhere. It is a custom that has developed over time, but no engagement ring must strictly have a diamond. And if you’re someone who likes to step out of the box sometimes, then a moonstone ring could easily be a choice as your engagement symbol. 

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5. Rose Gold Diamond Necklace

You can’t really go wrong with a beautifully shaped diamond to centre your jewellery. It’s almost every girl’s dream to have some diamonds in her jewellery chest. It reminds us of the finer things in life and makes us feel like starlets of the 1950s, strutting down the Sunset Boulevard. 

And you can easily bring that old world charm of diamonds into the 21st century with a gorgeous rose gold diamond necklace like this one. It gives us all the gorgeous tones and trendy colours of rose gold, with a small petite diamond that very much suits the minimalist trends of today. Perfectly paired with a fuzzy jumper or perfectly with just about any outfit, this is definitely a must-have for your collection. 

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6. Rose Gold Branch Necklace

Imagine frolicking through the woods, the forest, draped in a gorgeous vintage gown and lace-up boots. Your hair flies behind you as you run towards your dreams, whatever they may be. Sounds like the beginning of a beautiful fairy tale, does it not? 

Well, that’s exactly what this gorgeous rose gold branch necklace will do to you once laced around your collar bone. You’ll want to be the star of your own little fairy tale, or build your own in this modern-day life. Like something out of a dream, this rose gold branch necklace is perfect for showing off your nature-loving side. 

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7. Rosé All Day Necklace Set

There’s nothing quite like a glass of rosé to create that picture-perfect look these days. And that’s exactly the same sensation you’ll feel with this gorgeous rosé all day necklace set. With two gorgeous lightweight rose gold chains and a perfectly sweet but subtle pink stone in the pendant, this is stunning rose gold jewellery layering at its finest. 

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Which of these rose gold jewellery pieces would make it into your collection? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Trish Haidar

I am an aspiring writer, editor and photographer.I am passionate about old media, especially worn books, black-and-white films and scratchy records. I seek to make sense of my imagination through poetry, words and art.

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