What you need to know

Colored diamonds, often referred to as fancy colored diamonds, are a captivating and rare subset of the diamond family that displays a stunning array of vibrant hues. Unlike traditional colorless diamonds, these gemstones are naturally infused with various trace elements and structural anomalies during their formation process, resulting in a mesmerizing spectrum of colors. From fancy yellows, pinks, blues, greens, and even rare reds, colored diamonds offer a world of captivating possibilities for jewelry enthusiasts and collectors alike.

Their scarcity and unique color combinations make them highly sought after, with each colored diamond being truly one-of-a-kind. Whether set in elegant engagement rings, breathtaking pendants, or dazzling earrings, colored diamonds add a captivating touch of individuality and brilliance to any jewelry piece, creating an unforgettable and distinct statement of beauty and style.


These highly coveted diamonds, starting at 0.30 carats, are thoughtfully accompanied by an authenticity card and a GIA certificate, assuring you of the authenticity and quality of each stone.
The Argyle mine, located in the remote East Kimberley Region of Western Australia, is celebrated globally as the largest producer of natural colored diamonds. This includes the enchanting Pink diamonds from the Argyle diamond mine, which have gained iconic status in the world of gems and are highly sought after by collectors and connoisseurs.
Owning a diamond from the Argyle mine is a truly unique experience, as these gems are exceptionally rare. Only 5% of diamonds from the Argyle mine meet gem-quality standards, with the majority classified as near gem quality or reserved for industrial purposes. With the Argyle mine closure in 2020 due to reduced gem-quality diamond production, the ownership of one of these exceptional diamonds becomes an even more significant symbol of rarity.
It's important to note that the Argyle mine's operations lie within the traditional lands of the Gija and Mirriuwung people. Since 2005, an Indigenous Land Use Agreement and Participation Agreement have been established between the mine and the Traditional Owners of the mining lease area. These agreements represent a significant step towards the sustainability goals of Argyle Diamonds Limited and ensure long-term economic benefits to Aboriginal communities in the East Kimberley region.