Have You Considered A Pink Diamond Ring?
A pink diamond is a rare and special stone.
Using a pink diamond in an engagement ring is an extraordinary way to express a woman’s femininity and uniqueness.
A beautiful and mysterious stone, pink diamonds are available from MAX Diamonds in an assortment of hues and intensities, from deep purplish pink to pink champagne; and in a range of cuts and sizes.
While white diamond engagement rings are stunning and classic, sometimes a coloured gemstone, set individually or with diamonds, can be the feature that makes just the ring you’re looking for. A pink diamond ring has become fashionably sought-after and makes a gorgeous statement piece. If you think your beloved might love a pink diamond, consider this stone as a serious investment that is guaranteed to delight her.
5 Facts About Pink Diamonds
- The Argyle diamond mine in Western Australia is currently the world’s most reliable source of pink diamonds, producing 90 – 95% of the worlds supply. An Argyle diamond may be champagne or yellow coloured, and more rarely, pink or green. The pink diamonds in our collection all come from Australia’s Argyle diamond mine.
- The more intense the pink diamond ,the rarer and more valuable it is. Ranging from colours such as Purple Pink to Pink Champagne, our colour chart shows our stunning range of pink diamonds available.
- The pink diamond colour is believed to have been created through structural pressures exerted on carbon molecules during diamond formation up to three billion years ago but the exact cause of colour still remains a mystery.
- The colour in a diamond is graded according to its hues – their tone, saturation and distribution within the stone. A pure, highly saturated colour that is well distributed throughout the diamond is always more valuable.
- Cutting a coloured diamond is a special skill requiring a particular artistry and a profound appreciation and understanding of colour. It is just another reason why a pink diamond ring from Sydney’s MAX Diamonds is an excellent choice for your fiancée.
How To Choose A Pink Diamond Ring
With almost 40 years experience in diamond rings, Max Lane and his team at MAX Diamonds can help you choose the perfect pink diamond or coloured gemstone, designing a truly exquisite, unique and remarkable piece of jewellery for you.
When selecting your pink diamond, be sure to consider:
The precious gemstone’s colour and its intensity The cut and shape of the pink diamond Its size and suitability for the design of the pink diamond Jewellery Any other precious gemstones you might like to set into the ring along with your pink diamond.
To put the true rarity of these special ‘pink’ diamonds into perspective, of every million carats of rough diamonds produced at the mine, a mere one carat is suitable for sale
Pink And Yellow Coloured Diamond Chart
Pink diamonds are graded according to the intensity and hue of color in each individual stone.
Argyle diamonds use a colour scale ranging from purplish pink to pink champagne on a scale from 1 to 8, with one being the most intense color and eight the palest color.
Yellow diamonds, also known as canary diamonds, are graded according to the intensity and hue of yellow. The deeper the yellow, the more expensive it is. The colour grades range from “fancy vivid yellow” and “fancy intense yellow”, down to “dark yellow”.
Hue Gradings Of Pink Diamonds:
- PP – Purplish Pink
- P – Pink
- BP – Brownish Pink
- PC – Pink Champagne
Intensity Of Pink Diamonds:
- Very intense
- Medium Light
- Very Light