The Beauty of Rose Gold and Sharing Gratitude
Our rose gold jewelry has been very popular this season! Many of our customers have asked us, “what is rose gold made of and when did it become popular?” Such a great question, we thought we would share.
The blogger, Laura Preshong, provided a great description of when rose gold came to be – “rose gold was first used in early 19th century Russia by the famed jeweler Carl Faberge in his infamous Faberge Eggs, as was known as Russian Gold. Rose gold later gained popularity in the United Stated during the lavish and feminine 1920’s and was worn in engagement rings and fine jewelry. Cartier was instrumental in the rise in popularity creating luscious rose gold, fine jewelry with precious gemstones and diamonds.“
Over the last few decades, the popularity of rose gold has come and gone depending on the current trends. Today rose gold has once again taken it’s rightful place in the style sections of your favorite magazines, on the hands of trend setters and future brides.
Rose gold is a blend, or an alloy of pure 24 karat yellow gold, copper and silver.
Rose gold is a subtle, romantic color of gold that translates into love, romance and elegance. We love creating designs in rose gold as it is such a beautiful metal that pairs well with crystals and gemstones.
Here are a few of our favorite rose gold pieces:
These pieces exude love and beauty. They are a great treat for yourself and a beautiful symbol to gift to a loved one to show your gratitude for them.
In addition to gifting jewelry, there are many ways to show love and gratitude in your life. Research shows, the more we can share our gratitude the better we feel about ourselves and others!
Here are a few of our favorite ways to practice gratitude:
- Share a quote with a family member, friend, on social media, or on a mirror to spread positivity and love
- Leave some handwritten notes around the house or on social media to your loved ones
- Start a gratitude journal by simply writing down the things you're grateful for, It is so powerful and is a great way to keep your thoughts organized and on display.
- Create a gratitude jar. This is a fun DIY project: grab an empty jar, stick a label onto your jar, and jot down what you're grateful for and put it in the jar daily (all family members can participate in this activity). You can read aloud every week alone or try it as an activity around the dinner table. How sweet would it be to read it back to yourself or your family when someone is feeling blue?
“A grateful heart is a magnet for miracles.” - Vicki Becker
We are grateful to share our love and jewelry with you! We wish everyone a wonderful February! - Meyla and Nevra