The Argyle Group was founded to capitalise on the rising demand and increasing scarcity of Argyle pink diamonds. We have a decade of experience in the coloured diamond industry and are now offering investors an exciting opportunity to benefit from the future profitability of these incredible stones by investing in our company.

  • 13.8% Average Annual Growth
  • Limited Supply Until 2020
  • Rio Tinto Mine
  • Investment Bonds
  • Fixed Income
  • Earn up to 12% Yearly

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History & Heritage

The Argyle Mine

The Argyle Mine is currently the biggest producer of natural coloured diamonds in the world.

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Argyle Pink Diamonds

The Argyle Mine is currently the biggest supplier of natural pink diamonds.

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The Argyle Mine Production

Argyle's open pit mine has produced over 750,000,000 carats (150,000 kg) of rough diamonds.

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Argyle Mine

As you may know already, the Argyle mine, one of the world’s biggest producers of coloured diamonds and only known source of pink diamonds, is scheduled to close in 2020. The mine has been in operation since the mid-eighties, and in that time, it has produced some of the finest quality pink and red diamonds in the world today. Due to the fact that Argyle diamonds are becoming an increasingly scarce resource, we have been inspired to use them as a focal point. Rio Tinto, the current owners of the mine have announced that it will cease all operations by 2020 which is likely to have massive implications on the rare gem industry. We have already seen a reaction of sorts in the rising demand for Argyle Diamonds and this is likely to continue as we get closer to the mine’s eventual closure. Established in the Kimberly region of West Australia, the Argyle Mine commenced open pit mining operations in December of 1983. As operations progressed, Argyle ultimately became the fourth largest diamond producer by volume worldwide, and contributes to over 90% of naturally coloured diamonds even today.




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