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The government of Sierra Leone will auction off one of the world’s largest rough stones with the help of Rapaport Group.
The $370 million reported is the smallest since the company began releasing the data on a cycle-by-cycle basis in early 2016.
New York City’s American Museum of Natural History is giving the exhibits a facelift in time to celebrate its 150th anniversary.
The ads from the De Beers-owned diamond brand are online already, and will be in print and on TV next month.
The diamond miner also announced the details of its sale of 10.8+-carat rough scheduled to take place this week.
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