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Namdeb noted that satellite diamond mining operations Elizabeth Bay and Daberas are “well beyond their original planned life of mine.”
Taking action to ensure it accurately differentiates between lab-grown diamonds and their mined counterparts is the biggest challenge the industry faces.
The New York-based company took the fancy colored diamonds it bought from the Argyle mine to jewelry stores Down Under.
The 34.17-carat yellow diamond was recovered by the miner’s affiliate Almazy Anabara.
The government of Sierra Leone will auction off one of the world’s largest rough stones with the help of Rapaport Group.
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