Rose Gold Vermeil
Stop and smell the rose gold, crafted from a mixture of yellow gold, silver, and copper. The silver and the copper combine to give rose gold the characteristic pink hue that's beloved by all.
What is rose gold?
Rose gold is made with just as much gold as its yellow hued counterpart - look out for the karat count, which tells you exactly the same information about rose gold as it does yellow gold. Cheatsheet: 18 karat gold is 75% gold, while 14 karat gold is 58% gold.
What is vermeil?
Our jewellery is plated using a technique called vermeil (pronounced ver-may). Vermeil refers to jewellery that is sterling silver plated with gold to a thickness of between 2 and 3 microns. This method produces a more resilient layer of gold that doesn’t wear away. We never use brass. It means our jewellery is hypoallergenic, and it won’t turn your fingers green.
How do I look after my vermeil?
Vermeil is an unfit, sweat-hating land-lover; make sure you take off your vermeil jewellery before jumping in the pool, shower, or strapping on your lycra. Keep your pieces gold and gleaming by storing them in their pouch and remember not to buff too hard with your Motley polishing cloth.
Shop our full 18k Rose Gold collection here.