Rare Argyle pink diamonds are uniquely Australian and highly coveted. Here at Solid Gold Diamonds, we’re proud to be a Select Atelier.
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These prized gems come in a range of shades, tones and hues, making them a popular choice for those looking to create a unique pink diamond engagement ring or bespoke piece of jewellery.
In order to identify these beautiful stones, Argyle released their grading scale which is applicable to their natural coloured diamonds only. This colour chart categorises their pink, blue and red diamonds.Loose Argyle pink diamonds
Unlike white diamonds which are prized for their lack of colour, fancy coloured diamonds are graded according to the intensity of colour.
As a general rule, Argyle coloured diamonds tend to have more inclusions than colourless diamonds. Therefore, you will find it is extremely rare to view a near flawless Argyle pink diamond.
For under 0.08 carat pink diamonds, please send us an enquiry.
The cause of colour in most diamonds is due to trace elements introduced into the crystal structure of the diamond. Although it is not known exactly what causes the colour in Argyle pink diamonds, it is however thought that a dislocation of the crystal lattice is created.
The distortion of the crystal lattice causes the diamond to absorb light differently than white diamonds and most importantly reflect different colours.
Because of this phenomenon, it has been said that Western Australian Argyle pink diamonds "blush when you look at them".
If you’re interested in purchasing one of our incredible loose pink diamonds to create a custom engagement ring, or for an extremely special piece of jewellery to cherish in the family, our experienced craftspeople will work closely with you to transform an individual loose pink diamond into something truly unique.Loose Argyle pink diamonds Request assistance