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The miner’s sales were down for the full year, but it is not as bad as it could have been considering sales ground to a halt mid-year due to the pandemic.
Whether a bridal customer wants something sentimental, unique or ethically sourced, the category allows them to say “yes.”
The diamond, described as top white and gem quality, came from the Karowe mine in Botswana.
The company, which sells diamonds with extra sparkle, will now be known as Facets of Fire.
The Botswana government granted Lucara’s application to renew the license for the Karowe Mine through 2046.
Viewings of the high and commercial quality material from the Brazilian mine will take place in Dubai in mid-March.
The Mumbai bourse’s managing committee is outlining guidelines before the trading begins.
The new “Streets of Dreams with Marcus Lemonis” series shines a spotlight on 47th Street and some familiar industry faces.
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