An example of a argyle natural rough pink

An example of a argyle natural rough pink



Argyle pink diamonds

The Argyle Diamond Mine is the world’s only consistent source of pink diamonds, accounting for more than 90 percent of the world’s pink diamond supply; although this production will end in 2020.

As awareness around their rarity deepens, Argyle pink diamonds are increasingly sought-after - acquired by collectors and connoisseurs around the world for their personal holdings and bespoke jewelry creations. The global demand for these gems are increasing as the supply diminishes.

As stones are unearthed from the mine, it will take over a year and many careful hands for a rough Argyle pink diamond to journey from the mine to its final destination as a polished gem.

Some Argyle pink diamonds never even make it into a jewelry setting - rather, they are purchased by collectors and held as an heirloom for future generations. Stones in our collection have only been shown to a select few clients worldwide and are available via appointment only.

From the moment a rough Argyle pink diamond is unearthed until the time it is offered for purchase as a polished stone, the remarkable collectable is upheld by professional vigilance and dedicated care.