BlueRock Diamonds recovers 'exceptional' diamond valued at more than $50,000

Writer, Stock Market Wire
Tuesday, February 5, 2019 - 10:33

BlueRock Diamonds said Tuesday it had recovered an 'exceptional' 8.97 carat diamond on Friday last week.

The recovered diamond would be the third stone independently valued in excess of $50,000 mined from Kareevlei, the company said.

The two previous record value stones were a 7.76 carat stone recovered in 2017 and sold for $10,070 per carat and a 10.58 carat stone recovered in 2018 and sold for $7,047 per carat.

At 10:33am: (LON:BRD) Bluerock Diamonds Plc Ord 1p share price was +0.03p at 0.35p

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