Argyle Pink Diamonds
Argyle pink diamonds are iconic, as is the mine that produces them. The Argyle Diamond Mine in Western Australia has been the virtual sole source of the world’s supply of rare pink diamonds for more than three decades, yet less than 1% of the mine’s total production is pink. Having almost exhausted economic production, Argyle will close at the end of 2020, fast-diminishing opportunities to unearth its spectacular colour spectrum. It is estimated that there are less than 100 Argyle Pink Diamonds Signature Tender diamonds remaining to be discovered before the mine is retired. It is this limited supply that underscores the truly unique prestige of an Argyle pink diamond.
No other mine in the world produces diamonds with a depth and intensity of colour than the Argyle Mine. The diamonds unearthed here reflect the full range of hues found in the vivid and colourfully saturated sunsets and landscapes of Western Australia’s east Kimberley region.