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Called the Sewelô, it weighs 1,758 carats and was mined in Botswana.
The lab is investigating how natural diamonds sealed in its blister packs were swapped out for HPHT-treated diamonds.
Sales picked up in the latter half of 2019, but it was not enough to turn around a tough year.
Concurrent with the February Bangkok and March Hong Kong trade shows, it will feature about 500 lots of colored gems.
Founder Toby Pomeroy is in Ghana right now testing a technology called Goldrop with artisanal miners.
It rounds out the “big three” in the company’s mining portfolio.
Through March 1, the price will be 30 percent of the regular fee for diamond grading reports issued in 2018 and 2019.
Royal India USA’s Haridas Kotahwala is the new president of the Indian Diamond & Colorstone Association.
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