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Rose Gold Watches
Explore our assortment of handsome and contemporary rose gold watches and expand your collection beyond stainless steel and yellow gold An elegant metal for both men’s and women’s watches, enthusiasts worldwide gravitate to the uniqueness of rose gold.
Frequently found in luxury dress and sport watch collections, rose gold watches - or pink gold watches - have risen in popularity for both men and women. Despite the recent surge in interest for the warmer hue, rose gold watches have a long history in watchmaking, seen from iconic houses of horology like Jaeger-LeCoultre, Patek Philippe, and Rolex in decades past. Many luxury watch brands have unveiled proprietary alloys of rose gold, such as Rolex's Everose gold or Omega's Sedna gold. Deciding whether rose gold watches are right for your style or collection? Learn more about the difference between classic yellow gold and contemporary rose gold below. Once you’ve distinguished the nuances, browse our collection of rose gold watches for men to see captivating pieces from top brands.
The Difference Between Yellow Gold and Rose Gold Watches
Yellow gold and rose gold watches differ in more than just hue, as it is the distinct composition of metals that contribute to what meets the eye. Pure 24k gold has a yellow sheen, and is often mixed with other metals to make it stronger and more resistant to scratching, creating gold alloys. Whether rose, yellow, or white gold, 18k gold is comprised of 75% gold and 25% other metals.
Rose gold watches are composed of gold and copper. The amount of copper in the gold dictates the redness of the color, which is why rose gold is sometimes referred to as red gold or pink gold. Some luxury watch brands have incorporated other metals into their rose gold alloys, like Omega's Senda gold, which is comprised of gold, copper, and palladium.
Specializing in prestigious, high-precision timepieces, Rolex offers a vast assortment of rose gold watches. In 2005, Rolex introduced their own rose gold alloy known as Everose gold, comprised of gold, copper, and platinum. This mixture ensures that their rose gold timepieces will maintain their rosy color, even when in repeated contact with corrosives such as saltwater. Discover Everose gold in a variety of their models such as the Datejust and Yacht-Master.
With a long history of crafting rose gold watches, Patek Philippe offers complicated and breathtaking timepieces in this metal. From Complications to Grand Complications, rose gold is a staple across Patek Philippe’s collection of luxury timepieces.
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