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Argyle Pink Diamonds’ Perth premises is the headquarters of its in-house design studio, but it also extends invitations to the world’s most exceptional jewellery creatives who form its Argyle Pink Diamond Select Atelier ™ network, to raise artistic expectations with their treatment of Argyle pink diamonds. These artisans utilise the spectrum of métiers d'art to painstakingly shape these exquisite bespoke masterpieces.
The Limited Edition O Pendant
This design has secured a place in history as the first in-house piece of jewellery ever designed by Argyle Pink Diamonds, as a necklace in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Argyle Diamond Mine. The choice of letter was a reflection of eternity as well as a nod to Oprah Winfrey, who had chosen to record some of her 25th finale season episodes in Australia in 2010. The timeless treasure shines with over a carat of precious Argyle pink diamonds, pavé set in elegant 18ct rose gold, with the 'O' invisibly mounted on a diamond set 18ct white gold link chain.
Tiffany & Co.'s pink melee collection
In late 2012, the iconic American jewellery house set Argyle pink diamonds in some of its best-known designs, like the rose gold Tiffany Hearts Pendant, set with 18 Fancy Vivid pink melee diamonds. Melee diamonds are usually chosen for accenting purposes, but on this occasion the melees were stars in their own right.
The Argyle Pink Diamond Tiara
Argyle Pink Diamonds made a royal debut at the 2010 Masterpiece London Fair when one of the most significant Argyle pink diamond pieces went on display - the Argyle Pink Diamond Tiara. The contemporary treasure designed by renowned London jeweller, Asprey, features 178 Argyle pink diamonds weighing almost 20 carats. At its centre is a 0.80 carat fancy vivid pink pear-shaped diamond, and the unique design allows the centerpiece to be detached and worn as a ring.
The tiara, now owned by boldly innovative Australian jewellery house Linneys, also made a sparkling appearance at the Out of the Vault exhibition at The Orangery at Kensington Palace in 2012, the year of HRH Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee.
The Argyle Library Egg
On other occasions, Argyle pink diamonds have become objets d’art. The famous Argyle Library Egg, designed by Paul Kutchinsky in London in 1986, was envisioned as a foremost feat, and it didn’t fall short of its goal. The meticulously engineered and crafted 700mm-high egg comprises 20,000 pink and white diamonds.