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Naturally Colored Diamond Blog

Could The Raj Pink Be A Threat To Current Pink Diamond Record Holders?

Posted by Tony Cathaway on 12/5/17 10:41 AM

2017 has been an exceptional year for record setting diamonds, and when we got news of the Raj Pink, it only got better. Once again Sotheby’s has managed to amaze us as it unveiled the Raj Pink Diamond on October 13, in London. This stone is said to be the largest Fancy Intense Pink diamond in the world, and was the "piece de resistance" in the November 15, Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels sale in Geneva.

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Topics: pink diamonds

Famous Pink Diamonds - The Sweet Josephine

Posted by Tony Cathaway on 11/16/17 9:00 AM

Arpège Diamonds continues the exploration of some of the most famous diamonds in history. In this installment of the Famous Diamond Series, we will be taking a look at the breathtaking Sweet Josephine. 

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Topics: pink diamonds

The Graff Pink: Why This Diamond Is Extraordinarily Special

Posted by Tony Cathaway on 10/19/17 8:02 AM

The eponymous Graff Diamonds Company was founded in 1960 by Laurence Graff and soon became known as one of the premier diamond houses of the world. He was principally known only to most rarefied of buyers such as the Sultan of Brunei, Elizabeth Taylor, members of the Royal House of Saud, and an assortment of billionaires. As such, Mr. Graff has held some of the most expensive colored diamonds, such as the Graff Pink.

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Topics: pink diamonds

The Pink Star: The Diamond That Shattered Auction Records

Posted by Tony Cathaway on 8/15/17 8:57 AM

The Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels and Jadeite Spring Sale was hosted by the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, during April 4. Over the years we have seen Sotheby’s Hong Kong host a plethora of outstanding jewelry pieces, as well as breathtaking stones, and 2017 was definitely no exception.

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Topics: Pink Diamonds Insight, pink diamonds

Projecting What Might Happen When the Argyle Mine Closes in 2020

Posted by Tony Cathaway on 1/17/17 10:08 AM

Despite occupying such an influential position within the diamond industry and the investment market, all mines eventually “burn out”, and unfortunately the Argyle mine is no exception. Its resources are expected to be largely depleted in the near future, an estimation that can be further supported by Rio Tinto’s 2013 announcement of ceasing operations in 2020.

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Topics: Things to Know, Argyle Mine, Diamond Investing, Diamond Market Forecast, pink diamonds