ENTRIES INVITED NOW
FOLLOWING THE SUCCESS
OF THE JULY PUBLIC TENDER
Consign your Argyle pink diamond to sell in the November Sealed Bid Public Tender, the new secondary market trading platform.
For complimentary pre-tender estimate contact:
tim.goodman @ yourdiamonds.com
or +61 481 780 302
A very fine 0.80 carat 1PR radiant cut Argyle certified diamond.
Estimate: A$220,000 – 320,000
A fine 0.33 carat round of a superb 1PP colour Argyle certified diamond.
Estimate: A$180,000 – 250,000
A one in a million fancy pink diamond of 3PP colour over 1.00 carat details to be advised.
Estimate: A$800,000 – 1,200,000
CATALOGUE No. 2
Public Tender Number: 2/001
Public Tender Number: 2/002
Public Tender Number: 2/003
Public Tender Number: 2/004
Public Tender Number: 2/005
Public Tender Number: 2/006
500% ↑ 2000 – 2020
Rare Australian Pink Diamonds
In 1979 a glittering pink diamond was discovered on top of an anthill in a remote part of the Kimberly wilderness in Western Australia. When the subsequent Argyle mine commenced production in 1983, this would be the beginning of an extraordinary story about the search for the very rarest of rare diamonds created over 1.6 billion years ago.
The Argyle Diamond Mine has produced over 90% of the world’s pink diamonds during the last 38 years. However, deposits were limited and the Argyle Diamond Mine ceased operations in November 2020. Whilst the demand and popularity of pink diamonds grows stronger supply from the world’s primary producer has come to an end.
They say that it would take twenty years to fill a crystal wine glass with the very finest pinks discovered at the Argyle Diamond Mine during its comparatively short history.
Yourdiamonds.comTM is honoured to have been appointed to conduct the First Public Sealed Bid Tender of Australian Pink Diamonds. We are proud to have been entrusted with mandates from the esteemed collector, Ms Di Fitzpatrick of Brisbane, a South Australian financial corporation and eight private collectors to offer for sale so many beautiful and rare pink diamonds all of which are appearing on the secondary market for the very first time.
The Argyle Diamond Mine provides the terminology used by the mine to colour grade pink diamonds produced by it.