Which gemstones and metals match August 25, 2022

Ever wondered whether there are rules or only guidelines regarding the matching of Diamonds or Rubies yellow gold or rose gold?

Here are some guidelines, hints, and tips on how to match different gemstones and metals.

There are certain metals and stone combinations that goes well together, however the colour of metal might not suit your skin tone. It is often a matter of personal taste. When you come
in for a consultation at Penchant Fine Jewellery, you will have the opportunity to match your desired metal to your skin tone. As a designer, I will advise you throughout your journey. For now, I would like to suggest the following and share some helpful guidelines.

From time to time, I love designing something out of the ordinary. Matching up colours that are opposite on the colour wheel. This tends to work quite well. For example: Red and blue, purple, and yellow, violet, and yellow and of course, Autumn colours, or ‘colder’ winter colours in different hues.
The world is your oyster. This is one of the reasons why we offer a free consultation, so that you can play around with colour combinations and ideas until your dream design comes true. I often just take coloured stones and mix and match them to see what looks good and what doesn’t.

From time to time, I love designing something out of the ordinary. Matching up colours that are opposite on the colour wheel. This tends to work quite well.

My favourite rainbow combos are, pink (raspberry Garnet, rhodolite), matched with Peridot Greens and London Blue Topaz. My second favourite is Sapphires, Rubies, Emerald and Tanzanite. I really admire those colours together.

My favourite metal combos are white metal colours combined with rose gold. For those who are not too fond of rose gold, a white metal and yellow gold combo also blends well. In our shop, our blossom daisy range is the perfect example. With these designs we go all out and use all three colour metals, white, yellow, and rose.

From all aspects, this compliments this collection. I really enjoy playing around with colour gemstone and metal combinations. If you have anything specific in mind, please do not hesitate to contact Penchant Fine Jewellery. As lead designer I am happy to advise you.

https://penchantdesign.com/customise-your-dream-jewellery-piece/

Do remember that these are simply guidelines and not rules set in stone. Should you love the look, your jewellery piece will bedazzle. Yellow, green, and red compliment yellow gold, however rose
gold can be paired with red as well. Rose gold is ‘flatters’ purple, and if you want to be different, use blue tones with rose gold.

Diamonds or even Moissanite makes any coloured stone offset look splendid; it is always a winner. Some colour combinations that have been quite popular in the last century, is matching a beautiful peach colour Morganite, with some diamonds and rose gold, or even just diamonds in Rose gold. This combination creates a beautiful and unique look.

Popular in the last century, is matching a beautiful peach colour Morganite, with some diamonds and Rose gold.

Popular in the last century, is matching a beautiful peach colour Morganite, with some diamonds and Rose gold. Take a closer look here: 14k Rose Gold Morganite & Diamond Ring – Penchant Design

There are certain metals and stone combinations that goes well together, however the colour of metal might not suit your skin tone. It is often a matter of personal taste. When you come
in for a consultation at Penchant Fine Jewellery, you will have the opportunity to match your desired metal to your skin tone. As a designer, I will advise you throughout your journey.

Contact Us – Penchant Design

Necklaces we have made with different coloured gemstones. Would you love to own one of these? Order here: All Necklaces Archives – Penchant Design

Follow this link to see our giveaway:
📞079 471 7324
📧info@penchantdesign.com
📍62 Huguenot Street, Franschhoek, South Africa.
« Explore the rare CSARITE colour changing gemstone
Win a Moissanite with Penchant Fine Jewellery »