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The Dreamtime Story
Diamonds are, without a doubt, one of the world’s most beautiful natural resources.
However, that is not the whole story, because depending on where diamonds are sourced,
these ancient stones can also take on majestic properties reflective of their natural
surrounds. They can be imbued with the stories and legends that have danced across
the earth above them for millions of years. Which makes them so much more than just
Every Dreamtime Diamond is earthed carefully from the Argyle Diamond Mine in the East
Kimberley region of Western Australia. These stones are truly one-of-a-kind.
They vary in colour and represent the warm colours and rich mythology of the Australian
land. They are all tracked from the ground they came from, so you know absolutely that
they are natural and untreated Australian stones.
These stones are truly one-of-a-kind as each
differs in an array of visually striking palate of
colours, which represents the warm colours and
rich mythology of the Australian land.
The idea behind Dreamtime Australian Diamonds
jewellery is that it is versatile, affordable and ontrend.
The styling is simple, but also elegant and
interesting. It’s about taking the colours of the
Outback and playing with them to create the kind
of thing that will last a lifetime. The designs truly
emulate the essence of the Australian outback
Knowing you have something from Australia
that has been in creation for millions of years,
and specifically from the Kimberley region - that
makes owning one of these pieces really special.
As distinct as the
The Argyle Mine
Owned in full by Rio Tinto and located in the remote East Kimberley Region of Western
Australia, the Argyle Diamond Mine has to date produced more than 800 million carats
of diamonds. It is the world’s largest producer of natural champagne and cognac diamonds,
as well as the very rare pink diamond, which has become Argyle’s signature stone and is
coveted by diamond experts and collectors globally.
In 2005 an Indigenous Land Use Agreement and Participation Agreement was set up
between the mine and the Traditional Owners of the mining lease area.
This agreement recognises the Traditional Owners as the landlords of the Argyle mining
lease and formally establishes a long-term relationship between the two parties, based
on a shared desire to build a better future for indigenous communities in the East Kimberley.
This was an important step towards Argyle’s sustainability goals and put in place a formal
relationship that will help deliver longterm economic benefits to Aboriginal communities in
the East Kimberley region.
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