Cognac Diamonds: Beautifully Australian

24/09/2021 Diamonds, Education

Naturally coloured diamonds are a marvel of nature, sometimes showcasing bright shades of pinks and blues, and others reflecting the natural beauty of the land they were pulled from. Argyle Australian Diamonds were earthed from the Argyle Diamond Mine during its production years of 1983 – 2020. Located in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia, the mine owned by Rio Tinto proved to be a spectacular display of how a uniquely diverse landscape can produce diamonds in the sameRead More

Faux Pas or Fashion Forward? Mixing Metals in Jewellery

12/08/2021 Education

Trends come and go, but the popularity of yellow, white and rose gold jewellery has been steadfast since the 19th century, when Carl Fabergé (yes, the very same responsible for Fabergé eggs) started incorporating rose gold into his creations. But while the famed jeweller of the Tsar of Russia may have pioneered the mixing of yellow, white and rose gold metals into one design, the reknown of his works was apparently not enough to inspire a fashion trend in mixingRead More

What is the rarest diamond?

12/03/2020 Education
Coloured Diamonds from the Argyle Diamond Mine

Coloured diamonds are the rarest, particularly the red kind. Western Australia – particularly the Argyle mine owned by Rio Tinto – is the only mine in the world that serves as a “consistent source” of pink, red-tinted, violet, orangey and shades of brown coloured diamonds.


08/11/2018 Education

There are many reasons why you might wish to get someone a gift unique to Australia. Whether travelling to visit a close friend, or wanting to get your partner something that you know will mean a lot to them, there’s a wide range of options available out there for you to choose from. However, while souvenirs may overflow from every shop you pass, for something that truly holds meaning and gives more than just fleeting enjoyment you can’t look pastRead More