Yel­low gems prove popular

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Fashion - Des­mond Eddy

IT is not ev­ery day you sit down to break­fast and are shown rare and ex­clu­sive yel­low di­a­mond rings worth in the vicin­ity of $4 mil­lion.

El­len­dale Di­a­monds Aus­tralia did just that re­cently when launch­ing the stun­ning rare yel­low di­a­mond range, sourced from the Kim­ber­ley, at The Trustee Bar & Bistro.

Company di­rec­tor Chris Sok­lich said it was ex­cited to be launch­ing El­len­dale Di­a­monds Aus­tralia.

“There is a strong de­mand for Aus­tralian di­a­monds within Aus­tralia and now over­seas, due to the aware­ness of Ar­gyle di­a­monds,” he said.

“We feel it’s the right time to make the pub­lic aware of the sec­ond mine op­er­at­ing in Aus­tralia, El­len­dale Di­a­mond Mine.

“The pop­u­lar­ity of coloured di­a­monds is in­creas­ing rapidly in Aus­tralia and com­pared to pinks they are rel­a­tively well-priced and more af­ford­able.

“Each pre­cious di­a­mond has a per­son­al­ity of its own that un­folds within its in­fi­nite depths and re­flec­tions.”

First dis­cov­ered in 1976, El­len­dale pro­duces more than 50 per cent of the world’s yel­low di­a­monds.

Each stone tells a story that em­braces its dis­tinc­tive character and no two yel­low di­a­monds are the same.

Stock­ists at www.el­len­dale­di­a­

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