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The South African diamond mining site is responsible for the largest rough diamond ever recovered.
The new mineral species has been named in honor of renowned microscopist and researcher John Koivula.
It’s sold the Elizabeth Bay Mine to a Namibian company in a deal initially valued at $8 million to $12 million.
An artist made one of LJ West’s stones “disappear” to make statements on contrast, value and the monopolization of materials in the art world.
The “Argyle Pink Everlastings Collection” features 211.21 carats of pinks from the soon-to-close mine.
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