The Argyle Diamond Mine is located in the remote north of Western Australia. Only 5% of its mined diamonds are of gem quality. From that 5%, less than 1% are pink and green diamonds.
The pink color has a distinct translucent effect. Whether it’s a light fancy pink or intense and vivid pink, its color tone is unique. Most Argyle diamonds are classified as type 1a and have low levels of nitrogen impurities and the pink color is a result of structural defects of the Crystal lattice.
Unfortunately, the mine is set to close by 2020, making the Argyle pink diamond a collector’s item. Pink diamonds are extremely limited, and even seeing an Argyle pink diamond itself is even more rare. To own one is a blessing!
I’m fortunate enough to offer this very extraordinary Argyle fancy intense purplish, pink diamond for sale. It’s accompanied with two certificates, a GIA certificate and an Argyle Diamond certificate stating its origin. The center oval fancy intense purplish, pink diamond is 0.32 carat. The platinum pendant with 0.11 carat total weight colorless diamonds on a platinum chain is free with the purchase of the center Argyle pink diamond.
It’s a unique, once in a life-time opportunity to purchase an Argyle fancy pink diamond. It represents a glimpse of mystery and beauty that took millions of years for its formation from the earth. To inquire and view this unique pendant, please contact me directly.