De Beers, Alrosa and Rio Tinto have published their schedules for next year’s contract sales, which account for the bulk of the miners’ rough supply.
Eight months after seeking insolvency protection, Dominion Diamond Mines ULC said it has reached a deal to sell its Ekati mine to two wealth management firms.
Angola’s alluvial Lulo project has delivered yet another +100-carat diamond, its 16th since commercial operations began there five years ago.
Press release – ALROSA reports its rough and polished sales results for November and 11 months of 2020.
Lucapa Diamond Company has released the polished results of a 46-carat pink rough it sold into a manufacturing partnership with Graff subsidiary Safdico.
De Beers has purchased five rough blue diamonds from Petra Diamonds for more than $40 million in partnership with one of its sightholders.
ALROSA reports its rough and polished sales results for October and ten months of 2020.
The Karowe mine has produced a 998-carat diamond, the latest in a string of large rough stones from the lucrative deposit in Botswana.
Regardless of all the history that the Argyle mine sparked—some of it no doubt unexpected when a handful of diamonds were first discovered in Western Australia in 1979—its closure may signal a new era in diamond mining.
Louis Vuitton has struck a deal to cut and polish a second giant diamond for Canadian miner Lucara.
The Argyle Diamond Mine in Western Australia, the world’s major source for pink and purple stones, marked its last day of mining Tuesday [November 3].
Alrosa has delayed its new supply contract for rough buyers until early next year due to uncertainty in the diamond industry, the Russian miner said Friday [October 21].