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A Guide To Pink Diamonds: All You Need To Know

If you are planning to pop that magical question to your partner and you know she absolutely loves pink diamonds, this article was written with you firmly in mind. 

Australia is indeed fortunate to have the best pink diamond mine in East Kimberley region’s Argyle Mine, which supplies 98% of all the naturally pink stones. These precious stones are also found in other countries, including Brazil and Russia.

Wherever you are in the world, you can already find some reputable jewellers in your location who can source these stones for you, and all you have to do is ask. With that in mind, here are a few aspects of pink diamonds to bear in mind when looking to acquire some of these unique diamonds for your beloved’s engagement ring.

The Rarest Of All

Pink diamonds are said to be the rarest of all the coloured stones and that makes them more expensive. If you are wondering where to buy pink diamonds, the custom jewellery maker can source loose pink diamonds at trade prices and having the diamond engagement ring designed and handcrafted is no more expensive than buying an already existing ring right off a jewellery store’s shelf.

This way, you get to choose every aspect of the ring, as the jeweller will be crafting the piece based on your own specifications, with all the features you want, including the cut of the diamonds, the setting and the base metal used.

Working with the jeweller for the ring doesn’t only ensure you get to have the exact piece you want, it also allows you to get educated with diamonds and precious metals. The jeweller will be explaining to you the features and materials you choose for your ring.

Understanding Diamond Grading

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Diamonds are graded, and that is by using the 4Cs – cut, colour clarity, and carat, with the latter being the weight. These will also be explained to you by your chosen jeweller, and you can also learn this on your own, ahead of meeting the jeweller.

It only takes a few hours of surfing the web to familiarise yourself with the way that diamonds are graded. Every genuine diamond would have a GIA certificate that details the stone’s properties and you should avoid any pink diamonds that do not have such a certificate, for obvious reasons.

You don’t want to end up proposing to the love of your life with a possibly counterfeit precious stone and metal. 

Custom Jewellery Design

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There are skilled custom jewellers that can handcraft a diamond engagement ring in Melbourne and the custom jeweller can usually work to the client’s budget and create a unique ring that would delight every woman. You can also check out your nearby jeweller if you live elsewhere in the world. Google can help you locate a good one near you.

Popular Pink Diamond Shapes

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The following shapes are used with pink diamonds:

  • Radiant
  • Oval
  • Heart
  • Marquise

Of course, circular pink diamonds are also commonly used when designing an engagement ring from scratch and this is something to discuss with the custom jeweller, who can show you a few rings using the stones for inspiration. The jeweller can also guide you with your choices to ensure you get to create the perfect piece for your beloved. 

Also Read: 6 Black Diamond Engagement Rings With a Bonus Guide About Carbonados

Buying Loose Pink Diamonds

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There is a lot of profit in the cutting of diamonds, but if you enlist the services of a leading custom jeweller, they can obtain loose stones, which can be cut according to your preferences.

The jeweller can get loose pink diamonds at trade prices and they are happy to pass this discount on to their clients. Once you have worked out your ring budget, talk to an experienced custom jeweller about potential designs and with your budget in mind, the specialist can make a few design suggestions.

Natural Or Synthetic?

While natural pink diamonds are very costly, stones that have been synthetically coloured are much cheaper and for such an important event, perhaps it is wise to opt for naturally pink diamonds, which would make for a good long-term investment. The custom jeweller is always happy to discuss designs with the client and he will do his best to stay within your budget constraints.

Many people mistakenly believe that custom diamond engagement rings are way out of their price range, when nothing could be further from the truth. Of course, it’s understandable to believe so, especially when you would be creating something out of scratch and working with an expert to get it done.

You would be owning something no one else in the world has. So, it would often surprise anyone to learn that you can indeed create the perfect pink diamond engagement ring that is truly unique, and it won’t cost you any more than if you chose a ring off the shelf.