Rose Gold also known as Pink Gold or Red gold. Also some call the Russian Wedding ring a roll-over ring.
This so called Russian Wedding ring design also comes in bangles and earrings. A lasting contemporary design that will never go out of fashion and is as popular today as it was back in the nineteenth century.
The combination of three precious metals yellow, rose and white gold was first seen in 19th century Russian wedding ring culture. The interlocked bands have remained within the tradition over the years.
The most popular of stories explaining the Russian wedding ring is that of Christian symbolism. The three bands are said to signify the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, culminating into an interlocked band of the Holy Trinity. Wearing the ring on your wedding finger, which is interestingly on the right hand in Russian tradition blesses the marriage.
Another explanation of the design is that each gold reflects a different aspect of marriage. Yellow gold, the sturdiest of the metals, represents the strength that is required in a successful union. While white gold which is the softer metal, symbolises flexibility; a couple must be able to compromise and adapt in order to work well together. Finally, rose gold signifies the rarity and unique beauty of true love.
Our final and favourite tale behind the gorgeous Russian ring is delightfully simple, the three bands represent a ever-lasting love, “For each-other, For now, Forever.”
We think you’ll agree that each of these stories adds a touch of romance and deeper meaning to the Russian style jewellery design.
Or may be it’s called a Russian ring because everyone is Russian in to buy one!
Also these rings are very popular worn as dress rings not only on fingers but also on the thumb, and will make a great gift.