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Another month has passed, which means we're back with another edition of our Colored Diamonds News from July. This month, we take a look at some of the most famous pink diamonds in the world, rough diamond sales, and much more! Without further delay, let's begin.


  • Yellow diamonds are one of the more common colored diamonds. (They’re not as rare as pink or red diamonds.) Recently, the Natural Color Diamond Association (NCDIA) released its first educational video on yellow diamonds. The video goes on to educate viewers on yellow diamond investments. Click here to view more.
  • Colored diamonds aren’t created out of thin air. They get their color through complex methods such as high pressure and in some cases (green diamonds,) even radiation. In this post by Tiffany & Co. they talk about how a colored diamond get their color. Click here to read more.
  • As defined by the event, Masterpiece is “unmissable art fair at which visitors can view and buy the finest works of art, design, furniture and jewellery - from antiquity to the present day.” This year, Jeweler Cindy Chao make her debut, displaying yellow, green, and purple diamonds across various jewelry piece. To read more and to check out her work, click here.
  • Speaking of sales, Lucapa Diamond Company announced they sold $2 million worth of rough diamonds that originate from their Lulo mine. The company sold 1,782 carats, at an average of $1,150 per carat. To read more about this sale, click here.
  • Are you considering colored diamonds as your next investment? If so, there are multiple factors you must learn before purchasing. In this post, Arpege Diamonds explores 6 steps you need to take before investing in your first diamond. Click here to learn more!
  • Anaconda Mining is one of the world’s leading mining company. In their latest press release, the company announced it is initiating their resource expansion and exploration program at their Point Rousse Project. To read more about this news, click here.
  • Who knew a 30.03-carat pink diamond could cause so much drama. In the latest colored diamond news,  New York-based Global Diamond Group has refused to return a 30-carat pink diamond in an attempt to force the stone’s majority owner into a buyout deal, according to a lawsuit. To read more about this story, click here.
  • Although the Argyle mine is expected to cease operation by 2020, Rio Tinto is moving at full speed to promote their diamonds. Most recently, the company launched their Australian Diamonds program in India, highlighting stones found at the Argyle mine. To read more about this campaign, click here.
  • QYResearch is a company that generates market reports. Most recently, they released a report titled Global Diamonds and Diamond Jewelry Market Report 2018. The report talks about the overview of the industry, describes the industry’s current situation, analyzes the global market volume, and forecast up to 2023. To read more, click here.

Arpège Diamonds is committed to providing industry trends and information for those who appreciate colored diamonds both for their beauty and their value. Feel free to contact us at 866-821-5508 to learn more about investing in fancy colored diamonds.

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