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As a colour rose gold communicates luxury, thanks to its association with the precious metal and common use in jewellery. Gold is a marker of wealth, so rose gold is often associated with style, elegance and affluence. Some see rose gold as a modern alternative to yellow and white gold so it’s for a “non-traditional” recipient. Others find the girl colour of rose gold perfect for the most feminine wearer. It’s popular because it’s fun and eye-catching. Having a piece of jewellery that is coloured pink just makes it stand out and catch the eye.

 

The heart is often used to symbolize the moral, emotional, spiritual and even the intellectual substance of a person. The heart has been referred to and believed to be the core of one’s humanity. It was used and still used as the primary symbol that represents LOVE. Or is it? However, the heart symbol has evolved over the centuries for today, the heart symbol best expresses LOVE on all levels. True enough today, the heart symbol is widely recognized not only as a symbol of love but of compassion, joy, and charity.

 

Rubies, the birthstone of July, are considered the king of gems and represent love, health and wisdom. It was believed wearing a fine red Ruby bestowed good fortune on its owner. A Ruby is the most valuable gemstone and its value increases based on its colour and quality.

 

Diamonds, the birthstone of April, are commonly associated with love which make it the perfect gift for a loved one. While white diamonds are most common, fancy coloured diamonds can be found in various colours including yellow, blue, pink and a variety of others as well. Some say diamonds were created when bolts of lightning struck rocks, while others say the gem possesses healing powers. For centuries, diamonds have been adorned by women and men and regarded as the ultimate gift and a symbol of eternal love.

Rose Gold Finish Created Diamond Red Ruby Cluster Heart Cut Set

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