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There were a lot of big, beautiful jewels to love last week.
The company said it expects Lesedi La Rona, the second largest rough diamond ever found, to yield 60 diamonds.
Sales of smaller diamonds have been hurt by Indian manufacturers’ inability to secure financing.
The International Diamond Manufacturers Association and World Federation of Diamond Bourses are in talks to team up.
The mining company has named the gemstone “Inkalamu” in honor of its conservation partners.
This means that the world’s two largest diamond producers are now on board with “Tracr,” which aims to track diamonds from mine to market.
The diamond miner and marketer purposefully cut back production in South Africa and Botswana.
The gemstone will be on permanent display in the Harry Winston Gallery at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
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