Long revered as the most sought after gem stone in the world, we are having an evening all about the pink diamond. Continue reading “Pink Diamond Information Evening”
Sotheby’s Auction house in Geneva recently sold a number of coloured diamonds at record breaking prices
There is a slight change to the way Argyle are certifying their diamonds. Continue reading “Argyle Pink Diamond Inscription & Certification”
When it comes to pink diamonds one thing that is often mentioned is how rare they are. So much so that Argyle Diamonds – the largest producer of pink diamonds in the world – own slogan is Beyond Rare. This is even more relevant when you are trying to get matched pairs or sets of pink diamonds. Continue reading “Matching Pink Diamond Pairs”
Most people who are interested in diamonds have heard of the Argyle Diamond Mine and the stunning signature pink and purplish pink diamonds that are so unique to this area. But not too many people know about Red Diamonds. Continue reading “Natural Red Argyle Diamond”
There is a lot of buzz in the press at the moment about Pink Diamonds – this is mainly due to the Argyle Pink Diamond Tender coming to a close tomorrow. We are getting lots of enquiries for Argyle Certified pink diamonds and while the prices continue to rise the demand is only increasing. Continue reading “Argyle Pink Diamonds – coming soon…”
We had a great time in Hong Kong and made some really beautiful purchases. Continue reading “Arriving Soon – New Coloured Diamond”
We have just received a new shipment including 7 new Round Brilliant Cut Pink Diamonds ranging in size between 0.15 ct and 0.26 ct and all Argyle Certified.
Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender 2015
As most of you would be aware Argyle have recently released this years Tender Stones. The 2015 Tender, known as the “Connoisseur’s Collection”, comprises 65 diamonds weighing a total of 44.14 carats, including four Fancy Red diamonds, and is expected to attract global demand. The collection comprises five “hero” diamonds selected for their unique beauty and named to ensure there is a permanent record of their contribution to the history of the world’s most important diamonds.