They are considered to be the most romantic engagement rings. In recent years, substitutes like pink morganites, pink sapphires, and pink tourmalines are gaining popularity. But, pink diamond remains as one of the most sought-after luxury diamonds available in the market for couples who are looking to take their relationship to the next level.
pink diamonds are incredibly rare. They’re only found in the Argyle mine in the Kimberley Region. This makes pink diamonds so valuable that only select jewellers in Australia and abroad offer them. These pink stones are worth 10 times their colourless counterparts and the price hike is still climbing because the Argyle mine is scheduled to close in 2020, which means diamonds will be more scarce.
So, if you’re looking to buy a pink diamond ring for your beau, now is the best time. And to help you narrow down your choices, we curated a number of setting and shape ideas for you.
Pear Shape pink diamond Engagement Ring With Paved Halo Setting
Oval Pink Diamond With Double Paved Halo
Pear Shape pink diamonds Cluster Centre, 18K White Gold Band
Stunning pink diamond Centre With A Studded Halo and Band
Art Deco Inspired Pink Diamond Ring
Elegant Soft pink diamond Centre
Champagney Pink Natural Diamond Embellished With Brilliant-Cut White Diamonds
Heart Shape pink diamond Centre with Paved Halo
Pink Diamond Engagement Ring on Platinum With Rose Gold Details
Purple Pink Heart Shape Diamond Centre
Shopping for a pink diamond engagement ring?
Monty Adams Jewellery Concierge is one of the select jewellers in Sydney that offers GIA certified pink diamonds. Because we are a mobile jeweller, our natural diamonds are cheaper, which means more savings for you. We feature an award-winning concierge that aims to make diamond shopping fuss-free. Make an appointment today.