13 Best Designs For Rose Gold Engagement Rings

When most people think about buying diamond rings, the first thing that usually comes to mind is that they are made of platinum or white gold. However, did you know that rose gold is fast becoming a popular choice of metal because of its unusual pinkish hue?

A rose gold engagement ring is the perfect choice for people who want a piece of jewelry that looks distinct and classy. And because rose gold is so versatile (colors available from light pink to amber with proper alloying), jewelers have begun to offer a variety of contemporary and vintage ring designs.

In today’s article, I want to show you some of the best rose gold engagement rings designs available in the market. Let’s get started…

14K Simple Rose Gold Engagement Ring (Six Prong)

14k solitaire cheap rose gold engagement ring

This knife edge solitaire ring setting is a no-frills design and super budget friendly option for you. With a simple 6-prong design, this ring can hold any shape of diamonds and offers great security for the stone.

Vintage Rose Gold Engagement Rings With Etched Profile

etched profile rose colored diamond ring

With heavy influence from vintage Hollywood style, this beautiful ring features etched rope shanks and milgrain beading. While simple, this solitaire rose gold engagement ring displays an aura of elegance like no other.

Simple Rose Gold Cable Solitaire Diamond Ring

rose gold cable rope design ring

This hypnotic engagement ring has twisted gold cables to create an alluring backdrop for your center diamond. For people who are looking for a matching wedding band, you would be pleased to know that there are various options available.

Sleek 1.5mm Comfort Fit Rose Colored Diamond Ring

comfort fit ring brownish color james allen

Featuring an ergonomically designed comfort fit band, the simplicity of the ring allows the center diamond to take center stage. A great design for people who want to wear their engagement ring day in day out.

James Allen has hundreds of rose gold diamond ring designs waiting to be discovered. Be sure to check out their revolutionary 360 degrees videos to see them upclose!

20k Rose Gold Verragio Half Eternity Halo Diamond Engagement Ring

half eternity halo engagement ring 20k rose gold

Imagine your loved one wearing this exquisite Verragio Insignia creation. With more than 0.85 ctw of finely selected diamond melees, this ring will shine with an undeniable “Wow!” factor. A delicately crafted halo surrounds the center stone to add additional brilliance.

18k Rose Gold Vatche Felicity Solitaire Engagement Ring

vatche felicity 20k rose gold

The Vatche “Felicity” ring is a stylish take on the classic solitaire ring design. Part of White Flash’s Serenity Collection, this ring makes good use of smooth, flowing lines to create a timeless appearance.

18k Rose Gold Ritani Bezel-Set Halo Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring

ritani endless love bezel antique rose gold setting

A popular design from the Endless Love Collection by Ritani, this rose gold diamond ring has a characteristic halo that sparkles with the bezel set center stone. From the top view, the halo creates an illusion of a single large diamond when seen from a distance.

18k Rose Gold Tacori Dantela Crown Solitaire Engagement Ring

tacori rose gold engagement rings

Tacori has infused a modern and yet conventional feel to this ring. Melee diamonds line the side profile of highly polished rose gold shanks. The most notable feature of this ring lies in the “blooming” crown of spotlight enhancers which create a twinkling effect.

Simon G. “Passion” Rose Gold Engagement Ring

simon g passion halo ring in rose gold

This effeminate Simon G designer ring has a center stone that is encircled by a gleaming cushion shaped diamond halo. With a row of diamonds lining each side of the shank, the melee stones add a striking shimmer to the entire piece.

White Flash offers a huge variety of designer engagement rings from brands like Tacori, Verragio, Ritani and more. If you are looking for rings that stand out from the crowd, you need to check them out!

The Anita Halo – Brian Gavin Signature Collection

rose gold wedding rings

The Anita Halo utilizes a cushion shaped halo for the center stone and creates a soft touch to the ring’s appearance. As a final touch to the intricate ring details, a heart shaped motif is also carved into the side profile of the ring.

Elle Ring – The Rainier Collection

unique rose gold engagement rings

Bold and modern with a twist of vintage inspiration, this sophisticated ring design boasts a tapered shank with french set melees. A magnificent gift of love, this ring is guaranteed to make heads turn.

Classic Truth Sleek Micro Pave Rose Gold Ring

simple rose gold engagement rings

This captivating ring features Brian Gavin’s signature “Truth” head and has decorated micro pave set diamonds along its shanks. This ring design from Brian Gavin is one of my personal all-time favorite.

Diana Ring – Brian Gavin Signature 3 Stone Ring

diana ring rose and white gold

This 3 stone rose gold diamond ring features a crown-like setting and has elegant sweeping lines to showcase the diamonds. With a minimalist focus on design, the streamlined shanks makes the ring stands out.

This is just the tip of the iceberg. Brian Gavin’s meticulous craftsmanship is world renowned and they are so many more designs available on their website. Click here to start browsing!

Where From Here?

Today, rose gold has made an impressive comeback due to a growing trend for unique and vintage looking jewelry. Its romantic hue looks great on most skin tones and offers consumers an alternative look for high-end luxurious products.

Now that you had seen ring designs that I handpicked from recommended vendors, what do you think? Is there any particular ring that stands out and speaks to you? Do drop a comment below to let me know…

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  1. Daniel-
    November 14, 2018 at 8:19 am

    I’m deep into the process of creating an engagement ring for my girlfriend. The below picture is of a setting offered on Brilliant Earth that I really love. However, after further research I’m not comfortable buying the actual stone from them, and they are unable to work with stones from other sources. The pear shape stone in the image is the cut I’m looking for.

    I’ve gotten a quote from a local jeweler for $1500 to recreate the setting in rose gold, including the sapphires. I’ve also thought about using emeralds in place of the sapphires, though the local jeweler seemed to think there was a greate chance of damage. Is that a reasonable price for the setting? And do you think the advice on emeralds vs sapphires is sound?

    For reference I’ve looked at the rose gold setting options on Blue Nile and James Allen for pear shapes and haven’t found anything that’s really caught my eye like the picture. Rose gold is one aspect I’m 100% certain she prefers.

    I’ve gotten some stone recommendations from another independent site, and I will be requesting ASET images from once I’ve narrowed them down a bit further. All of the stones are GIA certified and have 360 viewing on either Blue Nile or James Allen. I noticed that Blue Nile is not recommended in your articles, but with the recent addition of video for many of their stones do you consider them a good source?

    For reference I’m looking at pears in the $1500-$3000 range (trying to stay under $2500 if possible). Generally this has landed me in the 0.7-0.9ct range.

    Thank you in advance for any advice you can offer!

  2. Paul Gian-
    November 15, 2018 at 3:32 pm

    Blue Nile has become a recommended vendor and had passed my mystery shopping tests recently.

    Both sapphires and emeralds as sidestones are perfectly fine. It depends on your preferences. If you like this setting, my recommendation is to get the ring from Brilliant Earth. I doubt your jeweler can recreate the ring to the kind of standards that BE offers.

    https://www.brilliantearth.com/Willow-Ring-With-Sapphire-Accents-White-Gold-BE156S-1152891/ is a unique setting and BE specializes in stuff like these.

    With Brilliant Earth, there are actually well cut pears in their inventory. It just takes more experience to find them. These are two that are well cut and I personally like the I diamond as it offers great value for money and complements the rose gold setting nicely.

    0.77 Carat Pear Diamond Very Good Cut • F Color • VS1 Clarity SKU
    0.80 Carat Pear Diamond Very Good Cut • I Color • VS2 Clarity SKU

  3. Genie-
    April 20, 2019 at 2:32 am

    Do you have a more educational article on rose gold engagement rings compared to other previous metals? I am currently looking at this halo ring.

    I like the look of 14K rose gold rings and they are more budget friendly than Platinum, but I am having a difficult time finding out how it will wear over time, the maintenance it needs compared to other precious metals, and if it would be a good idea to make the head or just the prongs to be made of platinum or white gold for better security. I also want either a rose gold or platinum wedding band but don’t know how either will physically affect the engagement ring as I wear them together.

    Thank you in advance.

  4. Jude-
    October 19, 2019 at 2:57 am

    Thanks for compiling this list of the best rose gold engagement rings. I particularly love the vintage rose gold ring designs from their 810 collection as they are well thought out and striking to look at. I do like that they offer the option to design and customize unique looking rose gold rings. What do you think of their craftsmanship standards and their prices for their settings?

  5. Paul Gian-
    October 22, 2019 at 1:01 pm

    Brian Gavin’s 810 collection is one of the best in the industry when it comes to a fusion between modern and antique rose gold engagement rings. I’ve seen a number of their 810 rose gold rings in person and I can tell you I’m very impressed. These settings are made with superlative standards and the tiny details like milgrain and fine polishing are all expertly done. Brian Gavin’s settings are a little more expensive but the small increase in cost is well worth the product you are getting.

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