Rose gold is an alloy formed by mixing pure gold i.e 24 Karat gold and copper. The increased proportion of copper gives
the alloy a reddish hue. Predominantly used for specialized jewelry due to its reddish color, it is also known as pink or
red gold which was initially very popular in Russia during the nineteenth century.
Between red, rose, and pink gold, the difference lies solely in the copper content. Since rose gold is an alloy, there
is no such term as “pure rose gold”. Alloys like green, grey, green and blue gold are also created using a mixture
of various metals.