Diamond Education

How to take care of your Argyle pink diamond jewellery

Whether you have been gifted a pink diamond tennis bracelet or pink diamond engagement ring - or have invested in a single precious Argyle pink diamond for your portfolio - one thing is essential: it is imperative that you take care of it so that its natural beauty and brilliance is preserved throughout the entirety of your possession.

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Discover the Beauty of Australian Gems

The great Southern Land of Australia has a lot of unique characteristics to offer, especially with its unusual geological conditions. It is under these conditions that gemstones have been able to form - which also attributes to their rarity. With a rich gemmological history that sets this continent apart from the rest of the globe, it is little wonder why so many investors want to claim a piece of rare history that simply cannot be replicated.

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Pink Diamonds in History: Great Stones from the Argyle & Beyond

Exclusive, expensive and highly sought-after all over the globe, pink diamonds are a legacy of their own. Because of their rarity and beauty, it is little wonder why pink diamonds are revered by the rich and famous. With the recent closure of the Argyle Diamond Mines in November 2020, Pink Kimberley takes a trip through time to pay homage to some of the most famous pink diamonds from the past.

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Pink Diamond Jewellery for Every Occasion

For those lucky enough to own one or several pieces of pink diamond jewellery, the challenge is often integrating them with your outfit. After all, such a special and uncommon stone deserves a considered approach. To that end, we’ve put together this short guide to styling your pink diamonds for different types of events, helping you match your stone to your outfit and the moment.

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The Mineralogy of Pink Diamonds

At Pink Kimberley Diamonds, we’re fascinated by the aesthetic qualities of pink diamonds. We’ve devoted our lives to bringing these truly unique natural wonders to people across Australia and around the globe, and now we want to share some of the theories around the origin of these truly special gems.

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The Pink Diamond Colour Grade

There is nothing quite as rare, mesmerising or transcendent as the chromatic brilliance of an Argyle pink diamond. The inimitable allure of an Argyle pink diamond doesn’t just happen. The compelling beauty you bear witness to today has undergone a yearlong transformation. It passes through the hands of master craftsmen whose fastidious approach reveals the gem’s fullest most breathtaking potential. Learn more about the colours of Argyle and how it's graded.

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The Argyle Mine

In October 1979, a group of geologists in a rugged part of Western Australia sighted a glimmer in an anthill. The glimmer was from diamonds and the anthill was located in the heart of a region known as East Kimberley. It was history in the making and little did they know they were about to uncover and find of such significance that it would change the diamond industry forever.

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Jewellery Design from Times Gone By

Jewellery is one of the most portable and durable forms of wealth – small wonder it’s also one of the most inherited. With so many of us lucky enough to own or be wearing a piece of jewellery originally chosen by a parent, grand parent or even more distant ancestor, it can be worth understanding what it is that you’re keeping safe for the next generation.

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What Makes Pink Diamonds So Special?

Sought the world over but only found in a few select places, pink diamonds have captured the attention and the obsession of many of the world’s most selective jewellers and collectors. But why? What makes them unique amongst all of the gems the planet has to offer?

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