We asked three retailers across the country to share their best-selling rose gold jewelry this week.
Bremer Jewelry, Peoria, Ill. Tacori 18k rose gold diamond ring, $3,190 for the setting
“Young ladies are drawn to the vintage design because it’s something different,” says jeweler Kevin Smith. “It’s not a princess cut; it’s not a round diamond. It works very well in the Tacori settings.”
Joel B. Sherburne Jewelers, White Bear Lake, Minn. Meira T rose gold earrings; pictured: rose gold and white topaz cocktail earrings, $4,200
“She uses slices and slabs in a way that you can see through the rose-cut stones,” says store owner Joel Sherburne. “It creates a rougher, more handmade look.”
Collins Family Jewelers, San Diego Simon G. 18k white gold and rose gold engagement ring, $1,650 for the setting
“Rose gold is the hottest ticket right now!” raves store buyer and sales associate Briana Collins. “It’s Pinterest that’s creating the rose gold wedding craze. It’s great.”
And in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, here’s a best-selling pendant at Goodman & Sons Jewelers, Hampton, Va. LeStage pink ribbon with gold plated clasps, $52
“We sell it year-round, and the proceeds support breast cancer research,” says Brittany Lockard, the store’s merchandise and marketing coordinator.