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Fancy coloured diamonds are rare and desirable. The captivating colours are not only breathtakingly beautiful and intense, they are part of what makes fancy coloured diamonds very valuable.
As much as 90% of the world’s pink diamonds come from the Rio Tintos Argyle mine in Australia. The Argyle mine is expected to provide pink diamonds for only eight to ten more years. Only three jewellers in Europe are an “Argyle Pink Diamonds Select Atelier” – one of them is Hartmann’s.
“When you look into the dazzling light of a diamond, the effect is mesmerising. It’s almost impossible to look away. Deep inside this faceted sculpture lies a phenomenal transformation of enormous natural forces taking place over centuries. A pink diamond exudes an endless stream of light from the past. Projecting into the future and beyond - until eternity.”
From Hartmann’s Pink Diamond universe: www.argylepinkcollection.com
Diamonds where first discovered in the remote East Kimberley region of Western Australia in 1979 when a geologist noticed a diamond embedded in an anthill. A mine was built on the site in 1985 and, today, Rio Tinto's Argyle Diamond Mine produces over 600 million stones. Of the 600 million stones that the mine produces each year, less than 0.01 percent is pink, and of these, only the most exceptional are reserved for the exclusive Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender.