Getting Started with Pink Diamonds
Beginning to invest in natural colour Australian pink diamonds.
Starting out your investment plans with fancy colour, natural pink diamonds.
The supply of pink diamonds is getting low as the Australian pink diamond mine that is producing these precious gems is nearing the end of its shelf life. Argyle Diamond Investments Pty Ltd will educate you step by step with everything you need to know about investing in an Australian pink diamond.
Unique Colours in Pink & Blue Diamonds
The unique colours in diamonds are caused by different trace minerals. Depending on the origin of the stones, certain minerals are more present – therefore increasing the presence of specific colours.
In yellow diamonds, the colour is caused by large amounts of Nitrogen. For blue diamonds, the colour is caused by Boron. Purple or violet diamonds get their colours from increased Hydrogen while green diamonds appear green due to exposure to atomic radiation.
The cause of the pink diamond colour still remains a mystery. Scientific evidence has shown that pink diamonds contain high pressure graining which results in a compressed internal structure and that is thought to be the origin of the colour. Within the industry, this is referred to as ‘plastic deformation,’ which occurs during the crystal growth.
As a result of the increased pressure, it is extremely difficult to find an Australian pink diamond with a high clarity grade. In fact, most natural pink diamonds often contain pink internal graining lines or surface graining lines within the stone’s structure. The average clarity grade of an Australian pink diamond is I1.
Why You Should Invest in Pink Diamonds
With the confirmed 2020 closure of the Australian pink diamond mine, leading world experts estimate that over the next few years, the annual wholesale price is expected to surpass the documented historical annual price increases of certified pink diamonds from the Australian pink diamond mine.