Around the office, we love the song, The 12 Days of Christmas. Because five golden rings? That’s a gift we love! Here are five styles of rings, each feature gorgeous yellow gold.
A yellow gold solitaire is just about as classic as you can get. Pay attention to the prongs: Yellow gold stands out as a design element, while white gold prongs like those in our Tiffany-Style Solitaire will blend into the stone.
We love a yellow gold halo, because the warm tone of the gold defines the outline of each individual stone. The amount of gold between each accent stone is a matter of preference; the Madrid Classic Princess Halo has four prongs per stone, creating more space between them. Even with closer-set accent stones, yellow gold highlights the intricacy of the setting, and strikes the right balance of trendy and traditional.
When made in yellow gold, nature-inspired designs can feel even more luxurious and delicate. The leaf and vine motif in the French Quarter Ring recalls a piece of art or sculpture in the most gorgeous way possible. Want even more golden ring goodness? Customize your ring to have canary accent stones that will shimmer but blend in more with the yellow gold. On-trend but oh-so-classic.
Big, intricate rings have even more presence in yellow gold. With all the detail and metalwork, rings like the Chelsa Round Cut can look even more stunning when you mix white gold into the design. Breaking up the color helps draw the eye around the ring and distributes visual impact to show off your ring in the best way.
Who says yellow gold is only for engagement rings? Not us. We love cluster styles like the Elara Ring in the warm gold tone, because the prongs create definition between each individual stone and showcases the different shapes. Wear it on any finger and flaunt it!
Which style is your favorite? Would you choose yellow gold?