Natural Coloured Diamonds

Where many people turn to commodities such as gold, silver or natural gas, smart investors invest in Natural Fancy Coloured Diamonds (FCD’s) because diamonds are more durable and movable. Moreover, exceptionally fine colored diamonds have no fixed price, therefore set rules do not apply.

Rarest fancy color diamonds in vivid pink, fancy yellow, light blue and intense brown tones are among the rarest gemstones and the most desired ones.

“Since 1950’s, fancy colored diamonds haven’t decreased in wholesale price and continue to increase upwards in value every year. Natural fancy coloured diamonds are the most valuable gemstones on the planet.”

Investment-grade fancy diamonds are internationally recognized well established goods that have proven safe and profitable investment for years. These beautiful diamonds are found with nine different intensity grades, and the higher the color intensity the more expensive the stone. The prices of fancy colored diamonds are related to their rarity (perfect 4C’s – Color, Clarity, Cut, Carat Weight), coupled with the basic economic principles of supply and demand.

Byner Sheinberg & Associates is a premium color diamond investment firm that manages FCD’s investment portfolios. Our inventory includes thousands of top-quality FCD’s in a variety of shapes, colours and carat weights.

Protecting and growing wealth of investors is our ultimate goal and therefore we bring the highest level of integrity when managing your investment portfolio.

For more information and questions regarding FCD’s, please contact us here.

Market update: Pink coloured diamonds have outperformed all other asset classes over the last 10 years. They can make an excellent addition to your portfolio. With the argyle mine in Western Australia due to close shortly, there as been a flurry of activity as investors look to diversify into diamonds whilst they still can.

ABC News Australia:

Of all the minerals dug out of the ground, diamonds have a special allure, and Australia produces some of the most sought-after stones in the world. But the nation’s sole operating diamond mine is on the verge of closure. That’s led to a flurry of exploration to find a new diamond deposit.

Argyle Diamond Mine Closes Pink Diamond Supply Down 90% – Price of Fancy Coloured Diamonds surge.