All about investment in diamonds
We always want to have more than we do. In order to protect and expand our assets, we buy commodities which value not only do not go down but increases instead. We invest to build our wealth and to protect our capital from financial fluctuations.
Why invest in diamonds?
Dear Clients, I would like to share with you a story that has influenced me as a traveler and opened my eyes to one of the rarest investment opportunities in the diamond world. In my many years of traveling the world, I have had the privilege of visiting many exotic and fascinating places, but one place caught my eye in a very special way - the Argyle Mine in Western Australia.
The Argyle Mine is home to unique pink diamonds that are considered to be the rarest and most valuable in the world. What makes these diamonds so unique? Their rarity is due to a number of factors, including the geological process that creates their color and the limited number of pink diamonds found.
It is this uniqueness and rarity that makes pink diamonds from the Argyle mine so attractive for investment. Unsurprisingly, their value is soaring and outperforming conventional financial instruments. Pink diamond prices have risen significantly in recent decades, largely due to the closure of the Argyle mine in 2020, which has made these precious stones even more rare.
Pink diamonds are also resilient to economic fluctuations and tend to hold their value. Their rarity and attractiveness to collectors and investors ensure long-term value growth potential. This has made pink diamonds one of the most desirable investment opportunities in the gemstone sector.
For this reason, I would like to recommend investing in pink diamonds from the Argyle mine. You have a unique opportunity to own a rare piece of nature that not only adorns but also brings interesting financial appreciation.
Step 1: Consultation and diamond selection
The first step is to consult with the client to better understand their preferences, budget and expectations. We will ask about the desired size, color, clarity and hue of the diamond, as well as their investment goals.
We will use the information from the consultation to present the wide range of colored diamonds we have available. This includes a variety of diamond shapes, sizes and colours to ensure we find the right one for your needs.
Viewing the diamonds: once we have selected a few potential candidates, we will allow you to view these diamonds in person. During this phase, we will go over their characteristics together, such as color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. We will also provide additional information about the diamonds' origins and certification.
Step 2: completing the purchase and securing the diamond
Financial Aspects: after the client has selected their preferred diamond, we will discuss the financial aspects of the purchase together. We will determine the final price of the diamond and agree on payment terms that suit both parties.
Documentation and Certification: Once we have agreed on the terms of the purchase, we will prepare all documentation related to the diamond. This includes a certificate of authenticity and quality of the diamond, issued by an independent gemological laboratory. This certificate confirms all the important characteristics of the diamond and serves as proof of its value.
Securing the diamond: To ensure the safety and security of the diamond, we can help you secure it. This may include insurance, a secure means of transport and storage space. We will also follow strict security protocols to minimize the risk of losing or damaging the diamond.
Many customers are familiar with the 4Cs - Colour, Clarity, Carat Weight and Cut - when evaluating diamonds. While all of these factors contribute to the value of any diamond, one particular characteristic greatly influences the value of pink diamonds.
COLOR - is the most important factor in the valuation of a pink diamond and the main factor that influences a customer's decision to purchase a diamond. Pink diamonds can vary from light pink hues to deep red and all shades in between, with the bolder tones being the most sought after. Color can be divided into three key characteristics that together determine the color grade of a diamond:
TINT - The predominant color of the diamond, SATURATION - The strength of the color, and TONE - The amount of lightness or darkness in the diamond is a strong factor that influences the value of the stone. Diamonds with a certain hue are much more likely to sell for a higher price than clear diamonds, even though a clear diamond offers better clarity and many times a better cut. Pink diamonds are recognized and valued for their wide range of hues depending on their rarity. These shades and their respective abbreviation (if used) are listed in descending order of value:
Red and Red Violet Blue Violet (BL) Purple Pink (PP) Pink Rose (P) Pink Rose (PR) Pink Champagne (PC)
We also provide our clients with advice and care for their investments. Call us. We will analyse your portfolio and recommend what to do with it.You can trade diamonds in many places in the heart of Europe and around the world. We can help you choose the most suitable location and, if you wish, we can even help you sell to maximise your profits. We will be happy to advise you on your choice either in person or in our showroom.