Dwynwen Heart Pendant

Dwynwen Heart Pendant

If you love your retro clothes or can’t let go of the “Boho” look then opting for retro-styled gold rings makes perfect sense to complete your look. Here at Clogau Gold we have a range of rings that fit the bill perfectly, such as our gorgeous selection of Celtic themed gold rings.  The beauty of the Celtic themes is that they are not only beautiful but full of meaning, with the interwoven strands representing the continual overlapping of either separate parts of life or of two people.

While the Boho Chic fashion trend may have reached its nadir in 2009, there are many who have taken the style to heart and continue to wear it in their everyday wardrobe. The trend has also seen a mild revival in the form of festival wear, which surfaces each summer in the UK. Clogau’s rose gold rings make for great accessories for this style, as our range includes many pieces inspired by nature including both leaf and vine based designs. We also stock a great range of gold pendants that also fit the natural themes present across the Boho trend as a whole. Here at Clogau many of our pieces include rose gold as an integral part of the design. This variation of standard gold gives a softer effect than the traditional sheen; it also works really well with white gold to create a beautiful contrast within pieces of jewellery.

Tree of Life Pearl Ring

Tree of Life Pearl Ring

The retro look covers anything older than 15 years, so now even nineties pieces can be considered retro. But in terms of jewellery the retro styles that really capture people’s imaginations tend to come from the twenties and thirties, when art deco was all the range creating pieces of jewellery with sharp lines and contrasting inlays, which is at odds with the modern fashion of curves and continuity. As the option to sell gold items for quick cash has become a popular choice, many antique rings will no doubt have been melted for their gold content and as such lost. This means that many people looking for retro designs will have to buy new rather trawl the antique shops.

Written by Rachel Roberts

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