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This rough diamond, which weighs more than 50 carats and is seen here next to a Canadian dime, is the largest to be recovered at Gahcho Kué since ramp-up production began in August.
It is the largest diamond recovered since production began at Gahcho Kué, the new mine in Canada operated by De Beers and Mountain Province Diamonds.
The volume of rough diamonds mined was up 4 percent compared with the third quarter 2015 but remains down year-to-date.
Stuller said it is the first supplier in the U.S. to do so, giving it access to traceable melee at a time when concerns about undisclosed small synthetics abound.
The United States isn’t the only place where consumers will be seeing more diamond advertising this fall.
The Diamond Producers Association has unveiled the first two commercials for “Real is Rare,” the campaign designed to fuel millennial interest in diamonds.
The U.S. Jewelry Council will bring representatives from across the jewelry industry together to discuss transparency and detection.
Just a week after Lucapa turned up a 104-carat diamond at its Lulo project, an even bigger stone has emerged.
On long-term loan from the family who discovered it in Brazil, “The Ostro Stone” will be available for public viewing at the Natural History Museum starting Oct. 19.
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