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Rough diamond production fell 14 percent in Q2, and the company has decreased guidance for the full year.
One of the largest rough diamonds ever recovered, Lucara Diamond Corp. selected the stone’s moniker from more than 22,000 submissions.
The “hero” diamonds of the 2019 Argyle Tender, Sotheby’s celebrates 50 years since the first moon landing, Amazon Prime Day by the numbers and more.
Argyle was down 5 percent to 3.3 million carats in Australia as the mine nears closure, while Diavik’s output in Canada rose 3 percent.
They weigh a total of 8.88 carats and include two fancy reds.
Father-and-son team Edward and Mike Asscher designed the diamond cuts in time for the brand’s 165th anniversary.
The acquisition of Richland Resources’ Capricorn project in Queensland rounds out the “big three” gemstones for the miner.
The miner is selling the Ghaghoo mine, along with its entire Botswana operation, to a company based in the country.
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