Storm Mountain Diamonds has confirmed the invention of a uncommon ‘fancy intense pink’ diamond on the Kao Mine in Lesotho.
The 108.39-carat diamond is among the largest pink diamonds ever found and is a sort IIa (2a) stone.
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108-CARAT PINK DIAMOND DISCOVERY
Lately the mine has produced uncommon, distinctive diamonds, however within the final 5 years, ‘pink diamonds’ have quick turn out to be their signature.
The coloured-rare diamonds have typically been considered engaging investments and have gained large market worth.
The mine has had 4 uncommon pink diamonds – and the 108.39-carat tough pink diamond is the fifth within the final 5 years.
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These diamond recoveries have seen Kao Mine being listed because the fourth-largest kimberlite mine within the Southern Africa area.
Talking to SABC Information, CEO of Storm Mountain Diamonds, Mohale Ralikariki, revealed that the most recent discovery is “lovely”.
Ralikariki mentioned: “ it alone, it’s completely lovely. Within the final 4 years, we have now, when you have a look at the historical past of mining,”
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GOVERNMENT RUBBISHES ‘BLOOD DIAMOND’ CLAIMS
Nevertheless, regardless of these discoveries, the federal government of Lesotho has rubbished ‘blood diamonds’ claims being peddled by a number of tabloids.
In Lesotho, the diamond sector employs round 3 000 people who find themselves considered excessive earners.
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