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It follows a diamond along its 3-billion-year journey, from its rough form in the caves of ancient India to modern times.
The educational talks are free and open to the public, covering a range of gemology topics.
It includes a first-time grant focused on a STEM program for high school girls in Surat, India.
Analysts say it could sell for as much as $15 million.
The SS North Carolina sank in 1840, leaving its cargo and passengers’ belongings behind.
The world’s two largest diamond miners reported a more than 30 percent drop in revenue in their most recent round of sales.
It has produced a 313-carat stone said to be the largest D-color diamond in the world.
The Gem Color Academy has kicked off with a colored stone grading course.
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