Jeffrey M. Bertman
Because pure 24-karat gold is too soft to be used in jewelry making, it must be alloyed with other metals to increase its hardness. At the same time, alloying also provides an opportunity to modify gold’s natural yellow hue to other lovely colors. For instance, by combining gold with small amounts of copper, pink gold is created. “Rose gold,” as it is otherwise known, is again back in fashion because its rich pink hue goes with virtually everything. Start with pink diamonds, topaz, and sapphire, and then run the gamut of red gemstones from rubies and pyrope to almandine and rubellite. Rose gold exudes a wonderfully warm GOLD’S WARMER SIDE glow that casts many jewelry pieces in their best light. We invite you to take a look around our rose gold jewelry and see if you find an item you truly adore. We have fantastic pieces just waiting to be worn. We carry a spectacular variety of designs and are fully confident that you will find a piece that suits you.
See our outstanding selection of beautiful offerings at 1402 Hancock Street, Quincy Center. Or reach us at 617-773-3636.