I have been a bit obsessed with rose gold but could not find anything that I liked. While in the plumbing section of my local hardware store (looking for parts for a project) I came across these copper fittings. Every now and then I find interesting pieces of hardware that I wear so, appropriating plumbing supplies as jewelry is not exactly odd for me. So, until I can find the perfect rose gold minimal rings these will do. Bonus- copper (rose gold) compliments all skin tones.
Tip: copper will oxidize over time; the oxidization process occurs even faster when it comes in contact with the skin (oil, salt, and moisture) turns copper dark (sometimes even green). If the copper shows signs of oxidization, sit the fitting in white vinegar for a few minutes (you should see the copper colour returning) then wash the fitting with water. To create a barrier between the skin and the copper, paint the copper fittings with a clear nail polish. This barrier should last several months. Remove nail polish and repeat the process when the polish wears and the fitting becomes darker over time.