Learn more about Argyle pink diamonds
Ever wondered why Argyle pink diamonds are such a tantalising investment opportunity? Investors have long safeguarded the secret and prestige behind these diamonds, but we believe that our heritage should be accessible to all. Even the smallest of diamonds could potentially see a return. Read more about our diamonds in our educational blogs below:
Diamond Education - learn about the beauty and history behind these precious diamonds and where they come from.
Investor Centre - our latest helpful guides aimed at providing all investors with the correct information and data.
About Pink Kimberley - our story and mission statement in making these diamonds accessible to all.
How much is a 1 carat pink diamond?
The value of a diamond will depend on their cut, carat, clarity and most importantly, their colour. As a general rule, the more intense the colour, the more valuable the diamond. While a 1 carat pale pink diamond could sell for $10,000 AUD, a more vibrant 1 carat pink diamond could easily be valued more than $1,000,000 AUD.
Is a pink diamond good for an engagement ring?
A pink diamond makes for the perfect engagement ring to truly delight your loved one and elevate that special moment. Due to their extremely rare and magnificent nature, the pink diamond can be considered the ultimate symbol of opulence, luxury and love. A pink diamond engagement ring is the ideal addition to your unforgettable proposal.
Are all pink diamonds from Australia?
Although some pink diamonds have been discovered in countries around the world such as Brazil, Russia, Siberia, South Africa, Tanzania and Canada, most of the world’s pink diamonds were found in Australia. The Argyle Mine in Western Australia’s Kimberley region has been the birthplace for 90% of the world’s pink diamond reserve. It is better to purchase an Argyle pink diamond since it adheres to the Kimberley process.