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Pink & Colored Diamonds as Investments

How do Pink Diamonds perform compared to more "traditional" investments? See the chart below.

Popularity of Pink Diamonds

Pink and other naturally colored diamonds possess a beauty that has risen sharply in price and popularity. These rare diamonds attract attention for several reasons.

Their beauty tops the list. Tiny structural variations inside the stone produce colors ranging from light rose-petal pink to deep violets and blues.

Their rarity makes them a status symbol commanding high prices at auction. It is not uncommon to have pink diamonds at auction sell for more than $1 million.

Pink Diamond Specialists

Arpege Diamond Custom Setting

12 Colors, 230 Combinations

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Clients In Over 30 Countries

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Custom Diamond Settings

Arpège Diamonds creates beautiful custom settings for your new fancy colored diamond! All our diamonds are ready to be set into luxurious jewelry of your choice.

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Dwindling Diamond Supply

90% of pink diamonds are mined from the Argyle Mine in Western Australia. They have indicated this will be shutting down in about five years.

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Colored Diamond Scarcity

Only 1 in 10,000 diamonds are colored diamonds. Only 1 out of 10 colored diamonds are pink. So finding a pink is 1 in 100,000

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The Diamond Market

Availability - 90% of the world’s pink diamonds are currently mined from Rio Tinto’s Argyle Mine in Western Australia.

Expectancy - In 2013, Rio Tinto took a break from production to convert the Argyle mine from open pit mining to an entirely underground operation that would expand the life of the mine… by about five years. Rio Tinto has publicly stated this mine may cease production by the year 2020.

Liquidity - As Natural Colored Diamonds are purchased in one currency and can be sold in any currency, they can help protect investors from the erosion of the U.S. Dollar.

 


Diamond News

Sotheby’s - The Historic Pink: Thought to be part of Princess Mathilde Bonaparte’s (1820-1904) collection, the ring sold for $15.9 million to an undisclosed buyer.

Sotheby’s New York - The Monarch Blue Diamond stunning fancy blue diamond of 6.06 carats flanked by six round pink diamonds set in platinum and rose gold. A selling price was not disclosed.

Christie’s - A stunning fancy intense green, rectangular shaped diamond weighing 5.02 carats sold for just under $2.7 million.

6.04 ct. Vivid Yellow

This Oval Brilliant is for someone wanting to make a statement! With a 6.04 carat weight g... read more

2.21 ct. Deep Orangy Pink

This Square Emerald screams wow! With a 2.21 carat weight graded as a Natural Fancy Deep O... read more

1.01 ct. Purple-Pink

This Pear Brilliant is a heart warmer! With a 1.01 carat weight graded as a Natural Fancy ... read more

1.02 ct. Light Bluish Green

This Cushion Modified Brilliant is a dazzler! With a 1.02 carat weight graded as a Natural... read more

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Fast Facts

Pink diamonds are legendary.

 

They’ve been found historically in India, Africa, and Brazil. Fabulous old cut pink diamonds have graced the crown jewels of India and France among others.

 

Instead of the usual kimberlite pipe where most of the world’s diamonds are found, the pink diamonds at Argyle are sourced from a volcanic lamproite pipe.

 

Most of the world’s current production of pink diamonds comes from the Argyle mine.

 

There are only an estimated 500 tender-quality pink diamonds left to be discovered in the Argyle mine before it shuts down. There is no other consistent source for pink diamonds.