Argyle Pink Diamonds
Diligently tracked from the source and delivered into the hands of Argyle Pink Diamonds’ trusted supplier network, each step of an Argyle pink diamond’s journey is a careful and considered one.
It takes over a year and many individuals to guide the world’s rarest diamond from the mine to its final destination as a loose polished diamond or heirloom jewel.
From the time an Argyle pink diamond is unearthed from the Argyle Diamond Mine in Western Australia, it remains under the care of the standards of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), of which Rio Tinto Diamonds is a founding member. This commitment is at the heart of the Argyle Pink Diamonds business, and provides assurance that each certified diamond is as ethically sound as it is beautiful and rare.
The connoisseur’s collectable is upheld by professional vigilance and a dedicated chain of custody. From the hands of highly skilled artisans at the company’s state of the art Western Australian facility, each one is entrusted to a carefully chosen group of master craftsmen known as Argyle Pink Diamonds Select Ateliers™ and Authorised Partners – a network of trade partners who share the same distinguished standards of care.
Argyle Pink Diamonds is strongly committed to creating positive outcomes for both the environment and custodians of the land on which it operates, championing best practices with a focus in the areas of community development and the environment.
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Argyle Pink Diamonds has been awarded the Butterfly Mark for their measurable impact and company-wide commitments to sustainability.
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