Rose gold first made its appearance in Russia when famed jeweller Carl Fabergé began incorporating the copper-infused metal in his designs in the late 1800's. At first, this metal became known as Russian Gold and eventually was renamed Rose Gold when the metal took off elsewhere in the world.
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.
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