In October 1979, a group of geologists spotted a glimmer in an anthill. The glimmer was from diamonds and the anthill was located in the heart of a region known as East Kimberley. Of all the stones the mine would reveal came the most highly prized and supremely precious rare pink diamonds.

Only a very small percentage of the Diamonds mined by the Argyle Diamond Mine are pink. In fact it’s less than 0.1%. However the Argyle Diamond Mine is the only consistent source of natural pink diamonds and it represents approximately 90% of the pink diamonds found in the world.

Argyle Pink Diamonds are beyond rare and fast becoming an Australian ‘heritage’ diamond to be desperately sought after by collectors and investors across the globe.