Tarvier presents a collection of wedding rings in 9ct and 18ct rose gold.
Our range of rose gold wedding rings are offered in a broad selection of sizes, widths, and weights.
Rose gold is a blend of yellow gold and copper. It is alternativly known as pink gold or red gold. Copper is added to change the base gold colour of yellow to a pink blush rose shade. Copper alloy also adds strength due to its hardness which makes rose gold rings the most resistant of the three gold colour options. This blushing shade of gold should not be overlooked when choosing a ring for life.
9ct rose gold has a deep rosy, red shade due to the content of copper. Deeper in shade than 18ct the rose gold ring, this blend offers a warm alternative tone, durable and hard wearing.
18ct rose gold is a balance of yellow gold and a small amount of copper creating a pink hue, lighter than the shade of 9ct rose gold. A rich shade that complements skin tones and an excellent choice to the alternative white and yellow tones.
Gold purity is enforced by regulated hallmarks within the UK. When we advertise a 9ct (375) or 18ct (750) gold ring we are specifying the purity of the precious metal that exists within the wedding ring that you are purchasing. This applies to any yellow, white, or rose gold wedding ring that Tarvier has on sale.
Gold marked 9ct (375) which is represented as 9 parts out of 24 or 375 parts out of 1000. The gold purity is devised as 37.5% pure.
Gold marked 18ct (750) which is represented as 18 parts out of 24 or 750 parts out of 1000. The gold purity is devised as 75% pure.