Pink Diamonds

Formed when the heat and deep pressure of the earth distort the diamond’s crystal lattice, a pink diamond is a favorite among collectors and investors. These distortions help absorb green light giving the diamond a pink hue. Orange, brown, and purple are possible modifying colors for pink diamonds.

Regions in India and Brazil produced pink diamonds in the 17th and 18th century. The Argyle mine in Australia currently provides about 90% of most of the pink diamonds today. General production for the Argyle mine is believed to end in 2019 which could dramatically impact the availability and value of pink diamonds.

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