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Investing in Argyle Bonds

Bonds are an attractive investment for several reasons. Not only do they come with less risk involved as you are guaranteed an agreed amount of money over a specified period of time, but...

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Why the Argyle Bond Represents an Ideal Investment for First Time Investors

For first time investors, choosing the right investment in which to place your hard-earned money can be a difficult decision. There are lots of considerations to think about such as the amount of returns you expect to make, how soon you want to be able to withdraw your money and the risks associated with each investment.

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High street bank investment vs investing in the Argyle Group

In today’s uncertain economic climate in the wake of Brexit, many investors are looking away from high street banks and traditional investment options and instead looking to store their money in alternative investments.

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The complications of Brexit and choosing an outside market to invest

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The Argyle Group Relocates to Permanent New London Home

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Introducing the Argyle Group Six Month Bond

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Rare large white diamond found at Western Australia’s Argyle mine

One of the largest white diamonds ever produced by the Argyle mine in the east Kimberley region of WA may be one of the final significant finds of Australia's most famous diamond mine.

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Colored Diamonds Expected to Shine in 2019

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5.03-Carat Pink Diamond Tops Bonhams

Bonhams has summarized its top selling jewelry for 2018, reporting that a 5.03-carat square-cut fancy pink diamond of VS1 clarity was its top seller of the year.

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Rio’s Argyle pink diamonds tender breaks record

Rio Tinto announced today that it delivered record results at its 2018 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender, which included 63 rare pink, red and violet diamonds from.

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Diamond price forecasts add a rosy tint to mine closures

Miner Rio Tinto unveiled the largest pink diamond from its Argyle mine in Western Australia this summer. The 3.14 carat “Argyle Alpha”, found in 2015, is part of a package of 63 brightly coloured red and violet diamonds shown to potential buyers in Hong Kong this month.

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Rio Tinto unveils Argyle’s largest Fancy Purplish Red diamond

Rio Tinto has revealed its 2018 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender in New York, including the Argyle Muse, the largest purplish red diamond ever offered.The Argyle Muse, a 2.28-carat oval shaped Fancy Purplish Red gem, is one of 63 diamonds weighing a total of 51.48 carats being tendered at the event.

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What colour is the most expensive diamond in the world?

In the world of fancy colour diamonds, red, blue, pink and yellow are preferred choices for investment, while green, purple, violet and orange are colours for collectors

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Five carat fancy pink diamond could fetch £800,000 at auction

An exceedingly rare fine fancy pink diamond weighing 5.03ct will headline Bonhams London Fine Jewellery sale on 26 September.The diamond, which has VS1 clarity, is estimated worth between £600,000-800,000. According to Bonhams unlike all other coloured diamonds, the

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Rio Tinto to rehabilitate Argyle diamond mine beyond 2020

Rio Tinto has said it will commit hundreds of millions of dollars over decades to rehabilitate its Argyle diamond mine in the Kimberley region in Western Australia, following its scheduled closure in early 2020.

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Rare Blue Diamonds May be Earth’s Deepest Secret

The Hope Diamond, a rare blue diamond that is one of the world’s most famous jewels, has had a complicated history, passing through the hands of monarchs and bankers and heiresses and thieves before landing for all to see at a Washington museum.

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Coloured Diamonds as an Asset Class?

Diamonds are one of those unique investments that can be purchased in one currency and sold in another, providing a hedge against inflation that devalues the purchasing currency. Like we’ve mentioned in previous articles, diamonds are tangible investments that are highly portable, easy to store, and of course wearable.

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How Are Coloured Diamonds Formed?

Coloured diamonds are found both in nature and in laboratory settings. According to the GIA, only one in 10,000 natural diamonds is a coloured diamond outside the D-to-Z grading spectrum. Coloured diamonds can be found in almost any shade of the rainbow. The GIA lists 27 different hues for natural coloured diamonds. The variety of shades available has allowed jewellers to match colour names with what’s in vogue, much like the fashion industry does when introducing “new” colours: champagne (brown), pumpkin (orange), canary (yellow), etc.

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Red Diamonds – The Rarest of Them All

Diamonds are prized around the world for their rarity. A gem-quality diamond is already one of the most rare items found in nature. Of all coloured diamonds, one colour in particular is especially rare: a predominantly red diamond.

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The Argyle Group Announce Exclusive New Chauffeur Service

Travel in comfort and style with the Argyle Group chauffeur service...We are very excited to announce our exclusive new chauffeur service is now available for clients and guests of the Argyle Group. Recently we have been made aware that our headquarters in Dartford is a bit tricky to get to for some clients. We have therefore been inspired to introduce a chauffeur service that will pick you up from any location in the UK

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What Does the Future Hold for the Coloured Diamond Industry?

When you think of a diamond the first image that springs to mind is one of a shiny colourless stone, however, diamonds can also come in a variety of different colours. These diamonds are known as fancy coloured diamonds

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The Argyle Group Release New Investors’ Magazine

Next month is a very special month for us here at the Argyle Group as we officially release the very first edition of Argyle Insights, our new investors' magazine. The magazine will be released on the 1st August and will

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The Argyle Group Security Policy

Our fixed return bond is the only bond available in the UK that's fully backed and secured by Argyle Pink Diamonds...

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Rio Tinto to Sell Largest Argyle Vivid Pink

Rio Tinto will offer a 3.14-carat, vivid pink diamond at its 2018 tender, the largest stone of its color in the history of the annual sales event.

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Rio Tinto Launches ‘As Real as You’ India Campaign

Rio Tinto has launched an advertising campaign in India that will highlight a new range of fashion and bridal jewellery featuring Australian diamonds sourced from its Argyle mine.

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Why The Australian Mining Sector Will Be an Investor-Magnet in 2018

After a tame past few years, the Australian mining industry has been tipped to boom in 2018, with production looking to double in comparison.

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Red Diamonds; The Rarest of Them All

Currently only around twenty to thirty true red diamonds are known to exist. Red diamonds with purple, brown or orange hues are slightly more common but...

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Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond Necklace Fetches $20.5 Million

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The Argyle Group Announce New Trading App

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The Argyle Group Announce Kimberley Foundation Project

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Argyle Boosts Rio Tinto Production

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Rosy future: investing in pink diamonds

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Global diamond supply expected to decrease 2.5% in 2018

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The Argyle Group Set to Release Limited Edition Argyle Diamond Coins

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Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond Necklace Fetches $20.5 Million

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10ct. Pink Diamond Tops Bonhams Auction

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For world’s super-rich, a pink diamond is forever

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Diamond-studded coins sell for $152,000 each

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Blue diamond fetches $6.7m at Geneva auction

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Argyle pink diamond coin unveiled in Berlin

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Australia’s Diamond Mine is Running out of Diamonds

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Argyle Group Launch HMRC EIS Investment Scheme

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Money Matters: so how do Argyle Bonds compare?

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New Year, New Opportunities by Argyle Bonds

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RAGING DEMAND FOR FANCY COLOURED DIAMONDS

In light of the recent sale of Pink Star, Diamond World explores the reason behind the demand for these coloured diamonds and the most expensive pink diamonds ever to be sold.

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ARGYLE COINS TO EXPAND INTO SINGAPORE

We are excited to announce that Argyle Coins will shortly be opening our first office in Asia, with plans now formalised to expand into Singapore next month. The main reason for this expansion overseas is the rising demand for diamond/gold based investments across parts of Asia and the Middle East.

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POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF THE ARGYLE MINE’S CLOSURE

The Argyle Mine in Western Australia is currently one of the most important producers of diamonds in existence. Not only is it the largest source of coloured diamonds in the world it is also responsible for over 90% of the world’s total pink diamond production. Since commencing mining operations in 1985, it has gone on to become the fourth largest diamond producer by volume worldwide.

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COLOURED DIAMONDS A STANDOUT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY?

Coloured diamonds are among the most valuable gemstones on the planet. Over the last two decades they have continued to appreciate in value year on year, and are now considered one of the stronger alternative investment options available to investors.

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Blue Diamonds Attract Investors

Blue diamonds are among the rarest and most valuable shades of fancy coloured diamonds. Formed when traces of Boron are present in the stone, blue diamonds are one of the most stunning and sought after gemstones on the planet.

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