Successful Investment in Pink Diamonds
When it comes to the financial growth of a natural pink diamond, all statistics you read originate from a company called the “Fancy Color Research Foundation” (FCRF). This highly reputable organisation tracks the international market behaviour and changes of the wholesale buying price of non-Argyle certified pink diamonds from 1.00ct plus in size. The index is an objective tool, based on exclusive data and refined real time information supplied by independent industry leaders. According to the FCRF, natural pink diamonds without Argyle certification have only increased in value by a mere 1% in the past five years and that 1% growth happened in 2019. This statistic is highly significant when compared to the 18.6% average increase in value of an Argyle certified diamond in the last 12 months. Thus, being no surprise that these pink diamonds are the preferred choice as a tangible investment. Continue Reading.
Data Driven Decision Making in Pink Diamond Purchases
Get the best advice from an industry leader and expert in diamond investments.
Using analytical methods and data to ensure rarity in selection and purchase.
Diversify your Self Managed Super Find assets to include pink diamonds.
Buy low, sell high. Maximum profit comes from purchasing at the right price.
Check the rates you are getting when purchasing in USD, time your buy.
Time in Market
Holding assets for sufficient time to gain a good return on your investment.
Diamonds from the Argyle Diamond Mine in Western Australia
The story of pink diamonds from the Argyle mine is almost as captivating as the rare gem itself. Across the breadth of 1.6 billion years, on a journey from the Earth’s centre, the most intriguing diamond in history emerges, with an exquisite beauty that is both regal and mesmerising. The pink diamond’s spectacular outback origin can be seen in this marvel that depicts every shade of the desert sunset, from a cherry blossom pink, a soft rose, an alluring violet to a dramatic red.
The most intriguing diamond in history emerges, with an exquisite beauty that is both regal and mesmerising. Pink diamonds are a favourite Argyle diamond.
Argyle certified Red and Purplish Red diamonds are estimated to be 25 times rarer than a GIA certified red diamond and are considered the rarest of all reds!
When you consider this diamond in general is 25 times rarer than a pink diamond, this fact alone makes a blue diamond a stand out in any investor’s collection.
About Craig Leonard: Pink Diamond Specialist
Craig Leonard; founder of Argyle Diamond Investments which is owned and operated by Leonards family, who have been trading from the same location for over 80 years. But our diamond origin started back in 1812 in Paris France where our great-great grandfather was a prominent jewellery craftsman. He relocated his family in 1854 to Piccadilly London and opened Tessiers Jewellers where they are still operating to this day. Today Argyle Diamond Investments is Australia’s largest supplier of Argyle certified pink diamonds and have exclusive use of the Argyle Diamond Analytics™ program. This program is a data driven decision maker that tracks and statistically analyse the rarity, financial growth and value of all Argyle certified pink and blue diamonds.
Ever since their arrival on the world stage, pink diamonds have thrilled, seduced and inspired connoisseurs from around the world. Being the rarest and most valuable natural commodity on earth.
To own a natural pink diamond is to experience a sense of timelessness cradled in the palm of your hand. – HARRY WINSTON