The Argyle Diamond Mine is located in the East Kimberly region in the remote north of Western Australia. Argyle is the largest diamond producer in the world by volume. It is also the only known significant source of pink diamonds, responsible for 90 to 95 % of the world’s supply.
The Argyle pink diamond is extremely rare and growing rarer each and every day. Less than 1% of the diamonds produced from the Argyle Mine are pink, making the pink diamond a fabulous fluke of nature. This ultimate possession is a must for collectors and investors worldwide. The supply of diamonds coming from the Argyle mine is rapidly depleting. It is expected that the mine will close in 2020. There is a rapidly increasing global demand for the coveted Argyle Pink Diamond. This exponentially growing demand coupled with the ever-decreasing supply of Pink Argyles has presented us with an investment vehicle unlike any other. It is anticipated that Pink Argyle prices will increase Ten Fold by the time the mine ceases operation in 2020.
Between 2005 – 2015, Pink, Yellow and Blue Diamonds have increased in value by a startling 167% on average. This statistic reveals not just an increased awareness of the strong investment potential that these stones possess, but a new appetite for fancy coloured diamonds in jewellery and works of art.