What to look for when investing in pink natural diamonds
Pink diamonds are not just any type of diamond. They are the most sought-after colour, following red, given that one mine, the Argyle Mine in Australia, produces over 90% of the world’s supply, and it is said it will close in the next 4-5 years. After its closure, if no other deposits are found, the world will only be left with secondary markets, ensuring that the demand will only increase as supply dramatically decreases.
When looking at investing in pink natural diamonds, it is important to keep the following quality factors in mind: you need to look at the hue, which is the dominant colour of the diamond, and it needs to be pink.
Then comes the saturation, which is the strength of the pink of the hue. For investment diamonds, it is recommended to go for specifically Fancy Pink, Fancy Intense and Fancy Vivid pinks, the latter being probably the rarest of them all.
Last but not least, there is the tone, which is the amount of lightness or darkness in the diamond.
There are a few more things to take into account when investing in pink diamonds, which is why we recommend contacting the BNT Diamonds expert team with your investment questions. BNT Diamonds has successfully helped numerous customers whether they were interested in diversifying their existing investment portfolio or simply looking at investing in a hard asset with emotional value.