Yellow gems prove popular
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.ellendalediamonds.com.au.