The world’s fastest appreciating hard asset over the last 10 years

Average 13.8%
growth per year*

MORE REASONS TO INVEST Sources: Pink Diamonds – The Fancy Color Research Foundation.
Gold, Silver & ASX – Market Index. Data range Jan ’07 – Jan ’17.

The world’s fastest appreciating hard asset over the last 10 years

Average 13.8%
growth per year*

MORE REASONS TO INVEST Sources: Pink Diamonds – The Fancy Color Research Foundation. Gold, Silver & ASX – Market Index. Data range Jan ’07 – Jan ’17.

95% of world’s global
supply to fall by 2021*

MORE REASONS TO INVEST Sources: Pink Diamonds – The Fancy Color Research Foundation.
Gold, Silver & ASX – Market Index. Data range Jan ’07 – Jan ’17.

95% of world’s global
supply to fall by 2021*

MORE REASONS TO INVEST Sources: Pink Diamonds – The Fancy Color Research Foundation. Gold, Silver & ASX – Market Index. Data range Jan ’07 – Jan ’17.

Self-managed
super fund accredited*

INVEST THROUGH SMSF Sources: Pink Diamonds – The Fancy Color Research Foundation.
Gold, Silver & ASX – Market Index. Data range Jan ’07 – Jan ’17.

Self-managed
super fund accredited*

INVEST THROUGH SMSF Sources: Pink Diamonds – The Fancy Color Research Foundation. Gold, Silver & ASX – Market Index. Data range Jan ’07 – Jan ’17.

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It’s time to invest in Pink Diamonds

Situated in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia
lies and amazing miracle of nature – The Argyle Diamond mine.

The Argyle Diamond Mine, known in the industry as “Beyond Rare”, produces over 90% of the world’s Pink Diamond supply and almost the entire supply of Intense and Fancy Vivid Pink Diamonds

In 2021 the Projected Forecast closure of the
Argyle Diamond Mine by Rio Tinto means
Global Supply will fall by 90-95%.

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Australian Pink Diamonds provides end-to end coloured diamond investment services and education.
This ensuring your purchase of Australian Pink Diamond(s) is a comfortable and easy process

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The New York Times

“The best-known pink diamonds are from the Argyle diamond mine in Western Australia. That mine, which supplies 90 to 95 percent of the world’s pink diamonds, will be exhausted by 2021, and the scarcity has driven up prices.”

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