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 are loose pink diamonds graded?
Loose pink diamonds are graded according to their colour intensity. Argyle diamonds will use an intensity scale from 1 to 9, with the former being the most intense colour through to the latter being the lightest. The Argyle colour scale also uses the following acronyms: PP (Purplish Pink), P (Pink), PR (Pink Rose), PC (Pink Champagne). In terms of GIA, loose pink diamonds are graded as follows: faint, very light, light, fancy light, fancy, fancy intense, fancy vivid, fancy deep.
What do pink diamonds symbolise?
Due to their soft and feminine hue, pink diamonds are said to symbolise love, compassion and dedication. It is, therefore, little wonder why they are presented to loved ones as an everlasting sign of affection. The epitome of luxury and sophistication, a loose pink diamond is also consistently ranked among the world’s most desirable gemstones.
How rare are pink diamonds?
Pink diamonds are extremely rare, with only 0.01% of the world’s diamonds being pink. There are only a few locations in the world where you can find pink diamonds. The Argyle Diamond Mine in Western Australia, where 90% of the world’s supply of pink diamonds are produced, recently closed down which adds to their rarity.
How do you sell back a pink diamond?
When you’re ready to sell back your pink diamond, there are two ways to go about it: you can auction your diamond in a decentralised market or you can opt for a broker. When you choose a broker, they will market your stone at a market value that you agree upon. Visit our broker at the Australian Pink Diamond Exchange (APDX) at https://apdx.com.au. With their extensive database of clients, APDX will be able to reach out and help you find a buyer who is interested in a pink diamond. Try them today.