I’ve never imagined that rose gold could look so beautiful! To find out how they make it I did a short research on Wikipedia and found out that the alloy contains copper and yellow gold and that the more cooper they add the more intense the red color becomes. Using this combination of yellow gold and copper jewelers can create the highest carat of 22.
Well, the news I was preparing to tell you about is that Goldstriker, the famous designer of luxury goods, announced its 18ct Solid Rose Gold iPhone 3GS Diamond edition. The iPhone 3GS designed by Stuart Hughes in the United Kingdom is actually the world’s first 18ct solid rose gold iPhone. The word “solid” refers at the fact that the whole body of the mobile handset was recreated in rose gold and finished by hand by Stuart Hughes and other three jewelers.
In addition to the 150 grams of 18ct rose gold, they used no less than 52 pink diamonds to create the beautiful Apple logo.
If you fell in love with this iPhone then I’m sorry to tell you that it sells for a very high price of £21,995, but still you can find it at Stuart Hughes.
In the same image you see the new Gucci Pink Diamond Belt crafted by Katherine Hughes with 584 pink diamonds of 3ct, available at the new website opened recently by Goldstriker and called Republica-Fashion. This unique belt is available for £17,000. It’s the pink version of the world’s most expensive belt.