The Argyle Diamond Mine is located in a remote corner of the east Kimberley Region of Western Australia, 3040 kilometres from the capital, Perth. The staggering rugged beauty of this landscape is a vision in its own right, renowned for its rocky red earth, ancient gorges and distinctive flora and fauna.
The discovery of diamonds in the dry creek beds of the east Kimberley’s vast and breathtaking wilderness did not occur until the 1970s, and to this day, remains one of history’s most important diamond discoveries.
The Argyle Mine commenced production in 1983, and since then has enthralled the world’s diamond collective with a depth, range and intensity of colour never seen before or since. Accounting for more than 90 per cent of global pink diamond supply, the Argyle Mine has been the world’s only ongoing source of rare pink diamonds in history.
Having exhausted economic production, the Argyle Mine unearthed its final production on November 3rd 2020, having captivated the world for nearly four decades with its breathtaking spectrum of pink, red and blue diamonds. Shining in its place is an enduring legacy of Beyond Rare™ beauty, and a prestigious heritage spanning more than one billion years.