Whether you call it pink, rose, or red, just get it into store cases now
Pink gold has come a long way and has become a go-to metal among designers. From roots in Russia to Victorian times to newfound popularity in more recent years—thanks in part to Rolex’s use of the metal and in wedding jewelry—pink gold is now a staple in cases nationwide. There were lots of pink gold jewels at the January VicenzaOro fair, and there are plenty more new styles in U.S. collections. Check out these five new pink pieces to consider stocking.
Pendant necklace in 14k rose gold with 0.12 ct. t.w. diamonds, $625; Jane Basch
Jointed Leaf earrings in 14k white and rose gold with 1.29 cts. t.w. diamonds, $3,925; Majolie Collections
Escape necklace in 18k rose gold, 18k yellow gold, and sterling silver, $4,260; Dana Bronfman
Flora bracelet in 10k rose gold and oxidized silver with 4.28 cts. t.w. diamonds and 0.67 ct. t.w. rose-cut diamonds, $9,690; Aida Bergsen
Art Deco Estate earrings in 14k Strawberry Gold with 9.6 cts. t.w. Chocolate and Vanilla diamonds, $24,797; Le Vian
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