moonstone claddagh ring in rose gold

Rose gold claddagh rings

Rose gold Claddagh rings are a beautiful and classic choice for any jewelry lover. The Claddagh design, featuring two hands holding a heart topped with a crown, is a symbol of love, loyalty, and friendship that originated in the Irish village of Claddagh. The traditional Claddagh ring is made of gold, and rose gold is a popular variation that adds a warm, rosy hue to the ring.

There are several options when it comes to the purity of rose gold Claddagh rings. The most common options are 9K, 14K, and 18K. The purity of the gold is indicated by the karat number, with higher numbers indicating a higher gold content.

9K rose gold contains 37.5% gold and is the least pure of the three options. It is a good choice for those who want the look of rose gold at a lower price, as it is less expensive than 14K or 18K gold. 

14K rose gold contains 58.5% gold and is a more popular choice for fine jewelry. It is a good balance of affordability and durability and is suitable for everyday wear. In my opinion 14K is the best option. 

18K rose gold is the most pure and expensive option, containing 75% gold. It is the softest and most malleable of the three options, and is typically reserved for high-end jewelry and special occasions.

When it comes to the tone of rose gold Claddagh rings, the higher the karat number, the softer and more rosy the tone will be. 18K rose gold will have the softest, most delicate tone, while 9K rose gold will have a slightly deeper, more muted tone.

We make lots of rose gold claddagh rings. The soft tone of rose gold is very popular especially with people who love claddagh rings. 

Whilst rose gold is not on all the product drop down selections in our listings, please just add it to the buyers notes at checkout. 

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1 comment

I love your picture I have a moonstone silver claddgh, would love to have a rose gold claddagh ring.

Samantha Harris

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