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Rare Argyle Pink Diamonds

Argyle diamonds, uplifted by pressure to the earth’s surface where they absorb light and acquire the structure creating their special pink quality, emerge from the world famous Argyle Diamond Mine, owned by Rio Tinto Corp. in Western Australia. Nearly 90% of the world’s pink diamond varieties—red, pink, purplish pink, pink rose, pink champagne, and blue violet—come from this mine and are unlike pink diamonds from any other source. Although the mine produces plenty of pink diamonds each year, only a handful weigh more than half a carat. The clock is ticking for the mine—2019 is its expected end of operation date, making it worthwhile now to invest in Argyle diamonds.

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Blue Diamonds

You won't be singing the blues if you have in your possession a fancy blue diamond. Not only are they found in a variety of shades, from pure tones to those with overtones, and from light to vivid intensities, but they are among the world's most expensive and rarest fancy colored diamonds. Think of the sky and the sea, and blue's associations with peace and intelligence. Think of the other blue gemstones you love – sapphires, aquamarines, lapis lazuli – and add to them a diamond's sparkle and the magic revealed by a diamond's cut surface and depths. That's why you need a blue diamond.

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Our Jewelry

Below you can find a wide selection of natural fancy diamond jewelry, including diamond rings, diamond earrings and diamond necklaces. We work with top jewelry designers to provide hand-crafted, 18K gold and Fancy colored diamond jewelry assembly and design service. Buy your fancy diamond jewelry from REDDIAM LTD, offering unique diamond jewelry designs at very competitive prices.

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Pretty as a Princess

Tiaras, although originating as a kind of crown in ancient times and cultures, can today mean a type of headwear, generally associated with royals, but which can be worn by ordinary mortals as well. They appear as elaborate, valuable jewel-encrusted pieces, making extensive use of white diamonds, and more recently fancy color diamonds, and passed down the royal lineage, as well as in simpler designs and materials. There was great speculation about which headpiece Kate Middleton would wear at her wedding to Prince William and her mother-in-law lent her the family Cartier Halo Tiara.

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Argyle's 2014 tender presents four shades of red birds

On October 8th, the birds will be in for Rio Tinto's 2014 Argyle tender. Only 150 collectors, diamond aficionados, studios and jewelers, among them Harry Winston, Graff, Cartier and Tiffany, have the right to place bids. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Rio Tinto's tender and we'll see if this year breaks last year's sales records.

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So you want to be a diamond merchant?!

How many businesses in the world today conduct their transactions and deals based on a handshake and a phrase (for some in a language not their own), with no written contracts and rarely turn to official legal channels for enforcement or the settlement of disputes? Of course, traditional societies conducting low-tech business transactions have always done business this way. However, how many businesses involving the sums of diamond transactions on a handshake and "Mazzel und broche" that is the standard for whatever size transaction or for whichever ethnic group is conducting it? ("Mazzel und broche" is the Yiddish meaning "Good luck and blessing" – the traditional closer with the handshake of any diamond deal).

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