Diamonds are rare. That’s one of the many things that makes them special. But the rarest of all diamonds is the pink diamond. Find one of those, and you’ve got something truly special.
What Makes Pink Diamonds So Rare?
While pink diamonds have been found around the world in places ranging from Brazil to Canada and Siberia to South Africa, most pink diamonds come to us from Australia. Like white diamonds, pink diamonds are formed only of carbon, spending millions of years in the kimberlite pipes of volcanoes.
Colored diamonds increase in value depending on the intensity of the color. With white diamonds, the lack of color is what makes them valuable. But pink is in a category all by itself. So rare that nothing compares to its color brilliance or value. Even a pink diamond less than 1 carat comes with a price tag that might be a bit jaw-dropping.
Women love pink diamonds because of the unmistakable vibrancy. If you want a ring commands attention, a pink diamond is the one. While white diamonds are still the most common for engagement rings, colored diamonds are gaining in popularity. But pink diamonds can go beyond engagement stones. They look fantastic in earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.
A combination of scarcity and natural beauty make pink diamonds a must in a jewelry collection. The remarkable journey it took from millions of years hidden in the earth, to being discovered on a faraway continent, to ultimately making it on your jewelry, makes the pink diamond akin to a wearable work of art. The gift of one is sure to make an unforgettable memory.