Pink Diamonds Investments
Rio Tinto's Argyle Diamond Mine accounts for over 90% of the world’s pink diamond supply and is set to close in 2020.
An unprecedented event in the World's history of mining precious stones, this closure is expected to drastically increase the value of Pink Diamonds, attracting the attention of many Self Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF's) and Private Investors from around the World.
Make an appointment today for more on investing in Argyle Pink Diamonds.
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The Market For Pink Diamonds
The market for Pink Diamonds is separate to White Diamonds due to their rarity and typically Pink Diamonds command prices up to 20 times higher than their White Diamond counterparts.
The extreme rarity of Pink Diamonds results in demand far exceeding supply. Indeed, of the approximately 20 million carats produced from the Australian Argyle Diamond Mine, less than 1% are pink. Remarkably, this small production represents over 90% of the world’s pink Diamond supply.
To illustrate this point, the annual production of Pink Diamonds (of over half a carat or more in size) would fit in the palm of your hand.
Argyle Pink Diamond Grading
Pink Diamond Index Performance
(2005 to 2018)
Maximising Your Returns On Investment
Please make an appointment with Lewis Joaillier who can provide information on important considerations regarding investment Pink Diamonds as well as guidance to help ensure a maximum financial return.
Considerations include, but are not limited to:
Colour, Clarity, Cut and Carat Weight
Liquidity vs. Growth
ROI based on wholesale price
Keep in a secure vault
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