THE NEXT CHAPTER FOR AUSTRALIAN
PINK DIAMONDS HAS BEGUN.
The inauguration of the world’s largest Pink Diamond Trade Centre has provided a stimulus to the Australian diamond industry. The Australian Pink Diamond Trade Centre, located in New South Wales, provides an exclusive sales platform for rare and exquisite pink diamonds certified by Argyle.
It’s been almost three years since the famous Argyle mine closed. Since then, the prices of these unique assets have witnessed a substantial rise. Demonstrating a consistent and strong performance trajectory with exceptional returns when compared to most other financial instruments over the past two decades.
The secondary retail sector for this unrepeatable natural resource comprises almost forty years of rare polished pink diamonds. This market requires careful management to preserve the precious provenance of this uniquely Western Australian product.
For this reason, the trade centre is projected to become a focal point for the Australian diamond industry, attracting jewellers, brokers, investors, collectors, and enthusiast from all over the world. Customers can browse an extensive inventory of pink diamonds online, with experienced specialists available to assist them at every stage.
Whether you are purchasing or selling a pink diamond, the Australian Pink Diamond Trade Centre provides a full circle of services, including statistics, market valuations, and vault storage, as well as a complete analytical connoisseur service to assist you choose the ideal pink diamond for your needs.
The trading centre is open to everyone, whether you are a seasoned jeweller, a novice investor, or just searching for a one-of-a-kind present. These pink diamonds are sure to impress anyone with their beauty and elegance.
Rio Tinto’s Argyle mine was committed to ethical and sustainable diamond mining practises, ensuring that each pink diamond offered by the trade centre is responsibly sourced and conflict-free.
Shop safely online and discover the unique investment prospects of a pink diamond from the Argyle mine.