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BEST GEMSTONE FOR YOUR ENGAGEMENT RING

Diamonds are highly sought after gemstones for engagements, but pink diamonds have a special place in women’s hearts for centuries now. Pinks took centre stage in many high profile celebrity and royal engagements in the last few decades. The largest known pink diamond weighs 182 carats and is part of the now-defunct Iranian monarchy’s crown jewel collection.

RARE AND HIGHLY VALUABLE

Diamonds are highly sought after gemstones for engagements, but pink diamonds have a special place in women’s hearts for centuries now. Pinks took centre stage in many high profile celebrity and royal engagements in the last few decades. The largest known pink diamond weighs 182 carats and is part of the now-defunct Iranian monarchy’s crown jewel collection.

CUSTOM PINK DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING

Lady Lux provides special handcrafted Australian engagement rings, embedded with polished and finely cut pink diamonds. Under our expert guidance, you can choose pink diamonds of any size, cut, colour intensity, shade or setting style. We will help you come up with a fitting design or fine tune your design ideas if you already have a design in mind. Our in-house consultants offer insights about diamond engagement ring choices. After consultation, our expert craftsmen will create a masterpiece just for you and one your future spouse will surely appreciate.

GIA CERTIFIED DIAMONDS

Lady Lux adopts strict guidelines and code of ethics when it comes to selecting diamonds. Our collector diamonds are certified by the Gemological Institute of America, the world’s top authority on gemstone and jewellery standards. We do not use diamonds not certified by GIA.

To ensure your bespoke engagement ring is created with the highest possible standards, we only hire skilled jewellery designers, goldsmiths and setters.

ONE OF A KIND DIAMONDS

Pink diamonds are rare and have a higher value than regular translucent diamonds. They exhibit the same elements as commonly known diamonds but with a more vivid pink colour. The pink hue is caused by additional pressure and chemical distortions in its crystal structure during the formation stage. This type of diamond belongs to a class of diamonds famously called fancy coloured diamonds.

While in other countries pink diamonds are produced in small quantities for diamond collectors and select buyers, the Argyle Diamond Mine in Lake Argyle, Western Australia owns 90 percent of the world’s pink diamond production. Australia is in fact the biggest source of high quality pinks. The mine produces millions of carats each year and valuable pinks account for a fraction of this production.

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