Pink diamonds are amongst the most sought after diamonds in the world. They gorgeous color combinations with their romantic appeal make them ideal for engagement rings.
But what really causes a diamond to become pink? Where do they come from? Do they come in any shape and carat weight? And just for fun, which celebrities said yes to a pink diamond engagement ring?
One of the biggest problems with pink diamonds is that they are RARE. Another one is that pink diamonds are probably the most sought after diamonds in the world. Combine the two into supply and demand equation and you get a very expensive combination.
HOWEVER, behind all the fine details which are taken into consideration when grading and valuating pink diamonds hidden opportunities. In this guide you'll learn what to look for, what to watch from and what you cannot do without in order to buy a pink diamond…
The famed Argyle Diamond Mine is the biggest source for natural pink diamonds in the world and responsible for approximately 90% of gem quality natural pink diamonds.
What makes this mine so special? What makes the beautiful Argyle Pink diamonds much more expensive? Do they make good investment?