Black rhodium is a chic staple in fine jewelry as well as an emerging one in the wedding jewelry category. Some brides simply like a dark aesthetic while others enjoy the irony of the color used in the wedding category. Marriage is, after all, a joy and a challenge, and a sense of humor is an important tool for wedded couples to utilize to maintain that newlywed state of bliss.
Ring in sterling silver with black rhodium and 7.8 ct. rutilated quartz and 0.55 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,250; Meira T
Full finger ring in sterling silver with black rhodium and 1.4 cts. t.w. black diamonds and a rose-cut cognac diamond center, $4,300; Catherine Angiel
Old World ring in 14k gold with black rhodium and 19.2 ct. morganite and 2.2 cts. t.w. white sapphires, $7,600; Graziela Gems
Halo Hexagon engagement ring in platinum with 1.3 ct. mogul-cut diamond with 0.13 cts. t.w. melee, $7,285; Sofia Kaman Fine Jewels
Tori Flower ring in 18k blackened gold with 1.36 cts. t.w. diamonds, $15,950; Melissa Kaye
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