Argyle Pink Diamonds were sourced from the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The Argyle Diamond mine produced 90% of the world’s natural pink diamond, this operation was permanently closed in 2020. This means these diamonds have become even rarer and been appreciating year on year.

Since 2005, pink diamonds have increased in value by approximately 362% (with a simple average growth of 27.8%) – and Argyle Pink Diamonds have exhibited the most significant increases. Pink diamonds experienced the most interest growth of all coloured diamonds. Over the last 15 years, the prices of pink diamonds have never dropped – and experts don’t believe they ever will.

If you are considering selling your Certified Argyle Pink Diamond, book an appointment today with our diamond expert. 


At Waldemar Jewellers Sydney, we have over 20 years of experience in the industry and a vast wealth of knowledge on Argyle Pink Diamonds. Specialising in the sale of Pink Diamonds Sydney, you can trust us to give you the highest market return for your certified pink diamond. If you are asking; How can I sell my pink diamond? We have an extensive portfolio of regular investors and the ability to directly purchase all grades of Argyle Pink Diamonds.

During your consultation, we will access the authenticity of your Argyle Pink Diamond via your Certification documentation and provide you with a fair and accurate price for the stone. We are looking for loose Argyle Pink Diamonds but will also access stones that are already in a setting. Even if you’re not ready to sell, book an evaluation today and we can let you know your options.

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The 4 C’s of Diamonds: Cut, Colour, Clarity, Carat Weight & Size

At Waldemar Jewellers, our proficiency in determining the quality of jewels and gemstones is one of the reasons we have earned the reputation of Sydney’s best jeweller. When assessing the quality of your pink diamond, we follow the four C’s; cut, colour, clarity and carat weight.

Cut: The beauty of the pink diamond can be wholly enhanced by the right cut. Rounded or marquise shapes will bring in a higher price than oval, pear or heart. Often, some shapes are rarer than other shapes because of the weight loss incurred during manufacturing, technical difficulties involved in cutting them, and overall demand.
Most Rare
• Affordable – Radiant, Cushion, Oval, Pear Shape
• Highest Value – Round, Princess, Emerald Cut

Colour: The quality of pink colour is based on the assessment of hue, tone and saturation. The stronger the pink colour the more valuable the Pink Diamond. While white diamonds are evaluated using clarity and carat weight, the main considerations for Argyle pink diamonds are colour and cut. Their value is determined by three factors including hue, tone and saturation.

Clarity: Pink diamond clarity is heightened by environments that are abundant in trace-minerals.

Carat Weight & Size: Pink Diamonds are measured by size as well as carat, due to their varying densities. If the colour and intensity is equal, the larger
the size, the more valuable the Natural Pink Diamond.

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