Certified Pink Diamonds
Worried about synthetic or created Pink diamonds? Argyle Diamond Investments has got your covered.
Natural pink diamonds are high-value investments and it’s no surprise you can find synthetic copy’s in the market. For your complete confidence, Argyle Diamond Investments only acquire natural pink diamonds with Argyle certification declaring their source and authenticity. The certifications also list the specific characteristics of the diamond to identify it conclusively. These specifications can be validated by the Argyle diamond mine through their diamond verification portal.
GSL Coloured Diamond Report
Gem Studies Laboratory (GSL) was founded over 35 years ago to meet
the demand in Australia for a premium international standard diamond
laboratory. GSL is the official diamond laboratory for the Gemmological
Association of Australia and the premier laboratory servicing the
Diamond Dealers Club of Australia (DDCA). GSL, is the official diamond
laboratory for several Australian Government Authorities including
Australian Customs and Border Protection, the NSW and Federal Police
Services and the Department of Public Prosecutions.
GIA Coloured Diamond Grading Report
The GIA is a not-for-profit organisation, therefore has no financial interest in any of their certifications. The GIA Diamond Grading Report provides a full quality assessment of a coloured diamond including the colour grade and colour origin (natural or treated), carat weight, and clarity along with a plotted diagram of its clarity characteristics.
Argyle Providence Report
Without an Argyle Providence Report there is no way of guaranteeing the authenticity of your pink diamond.
The report features a unique lot number and outlines the diamond’s carat weight, shape, clarity and colour
Certified Pink Diamonds
IMPORTANT: There are some company selling pink diamonds in Australia and providing valuations by unregistered and unrecognised valuers. This will give you a false indication of the origin and valuation of your investment! ONLY have your pink diamond valued by an Australian registered valuer!
The National Council of Jewellery Valuers (NCJV) was established in 1984 to promote and maintain the highest professional standards for jewellery and fine arts valuation in Australia http://www.ncjv.com.au/
The Australian Association of Jewellery Valuers (AAJV) is committed to providing an essential support service to the Jewellery Trade. It has been formed with the combined knowledge of world-wide jewellery experience across wholesale, retail & manufacturing areas http://www.aajv.com.au/