Pink Diamonds – A Constant Performer
The pink diamond has been described as ‘Beyond Rare’ and with very good reason. From every million carats of rough diamonds produced at the Argyle diamond mine, a mere one carat is suitable for sale.
Pink diamonds have been available for purchase since mining began at the Argyle diamond mine in 1985. The Arygle diamond mine located in Western Australia, is responsible for producing over 90% of the world’s pink diamonds and also provides a large supply of cognac, champagne, rare blue and other naturally coloured diamonds.
The attraction and rarity of the pink diamonds continue to make it a leader in the market place. Out-performing others in most scenarios, it is a shared sentiment that there is no end to this trend any time soon.
The Argyle Pink Diamond continually takes center stage with it’s stunning and unique colouring. The colouring of the Argyle pink diamonds is presented through a grading system using a scale of 1 being the most intense colour through to 8 being the lightest.
“Pink diamonds are akin to the final art works of an elderly master artist, astute collectors and entrepreneurs will always covet them.”
– BRW FINANCIAL REVIEW
In addition to intensity of colour, the diamond is also graded according to the individual diamond hue. Beginning with the rarest hue of Purplish Pink through to Pink, Pink Rose and Pink Champagne. These elements plus many more are all taken into consideration when sourcing the most fitting Argyle Pink Diamond for your individual purchase.
The charts below show the trend over 10 years based on size and then intensity of the Pink Diamonds. As well as historic annual appreciation and the drastic supply shortage due to occur in 2020 with the closure of the Argyle mine, a quality Pink Diamond is possibly the purchase of a lifetime.
Pink Diamond | Long Term Appreciation Trend
Pink Diamonds | By Carat
Pink Diamonds | By Intensity