Monday, November 7, 2011
£1,889,250 million ($2.97M US) at the Bonham’s Fine Jewelry Sale in London.
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Tuesday, November 1, 2011
An Argyle pink diamond is admired as the most concentrated form of wealth in the world. One and a half billion years ago, forces of nature rewarded the land in Western Australia’s vast Kimberley, with pink diamonds. The exact story behind their formation remains largely a mystery, adding to their allure and intrigue.Diamonds were first discovered in the region in 1979, when a geologist noticed a diamond embedded in an anthill. A Rio Tinto owned mine was built on the site in 1985, and of the 600 million stones it produces each year, just one tenth of one percent is pink. For more information on Rio Tinto Diamonds visitwww.riotintodiamonds.com, or for information on Argyle Diamonds visitwww.argylediamonds.com.au.