Why Choose Rose Gold? To achieve the desired hue of a ring setting, different metals are added to the gold. For rose gold, a mixture of yellow gold and silver is given its signature pinkish tint with the addition of copper. Whilst growing in popularity, rose gold is a relatively lesser-used metal colour, meaning the warm hue exudes unique charm perfect for unusual engagement rings. Choosing rose gold will result in a characterful, contemporary design, and is a great way to enhance the pink, peach and orange sapphires & diamonds. The earthy undertones of a rose gold engagement ring have a warming effect suitable for all skin tones, and when paired with rose gold wedding rings, makes for a charming and unusual bridal ring set. Rose gold stands at the same price point as yellow gold and white gold, and is slightly less costly than platinum.