The Pink Diamond Colour Grade
The Argyle Pink Diamond Grading System is an internationally recognised system developed exclusively for pink diamonds. When it comes to grading the colour of a pink diamond, there are three factors to consider, the hue, tone and most importantly the saturation of the diamond. Pink diamonds can embody a kaleidoscope of different colours, but the fundamental directive is that with intensity of colour, comes opulence and value.Read more >>
The Argyle Certificate & Our Certifications
The sale of most unique Pink Kimberly diamond piece with a single stone over 0.08ct will be accompanied by an official Argyle Certificate of Authenticity. This is the only document that is universally trusted to verify that your pink diamond is of Argyle origin.
Our very own Pink Kimberley or Blush Pink certificate card will also accompany each purchase which states the specifications of the jewellery piece or diamonds. Followed by a disclaimer that all pink diamonds are sourced from the Argyle mine in Western Australia.
Do not purchase any Argyle pink diamond without a trusted certificate from Argyle or Pink Kimberley.Read more about Argyle Authenticity >>
The term ‘Argyle pink diamond’ indicates that the diamond in question has been sourced from the Argyle Mine in Western Australia’s Kimberly region. Although 90% of the world’s entire pink diamond holdings have been sourced from the Argyle Mine, not every single pink diamond is considered to be an Argyle Pink Diamond.
The pink diamonds sourced from Western Australia’s Argyle Mine are world renowned for their discernibly vivid pink colour. The same degree of colour radiance is seldom found in pink diamonds from other origins. The closure of the mine in November 2020 ensures that each diamond yields a piece of Australian geological history.
No, Argyle pink diamonds are no longer being mined. The Argyle Mine in Western Australia’s East Kimberley Region ceased operation in November of 2020. The mine closed its doors after its diamond yield had been exhausted. The closure of the mine and limited availability of the Argyle pink diamonds has made them an exceedingly rare commodity.