$10.1 million for 23 carats beautiful pink diamond
On the behalf of M.A. Anavi Diamond Group Golden Yellow Diamonds acquired 23.16-carat pink diamond for $10.1 million. Petra Diamonds Ltd., the diamond mining company headquartered in Jersey has sold the 23.16-carat pink diamond; the company has retrieved from the Williamson mine in Tanzania last month into a confederation. The purchase was according to the carat per rate of a diamond.
Keeping in mind, the per carat rate of the pink diamond, i.e. $433,938 Golden Yellow Diamonds purchased the captivating pink diamond on behalf of the M.A. Anavi Diamond Group for $10.1 million. As part of the deal, the diamond mining company Petra Diamonds Ltd. Keeps holds of their interest in this precious rock and will obtain 20 percent of the return when sold as a polished diamond. Johan Dippenaar CEO of the Petra Diamonds stated that the sale result avows that the market of the colored diamonds and precious gemstones remains robust. Further, the pink diamond of this size and quality are rare, but the Williamson mine unboubtoudly produces the incredible diamonds from time to time and will continue in coming future too. He too stated that the mine will persist to ramp up the production and make the best use of the processing plant. Petra also mentions that the pink diamond obtained from the Williamson mine holds the exceptional color and clarity thus is the most significant recovery for the company. Moreover, this unique pink diamond is latest in the course of the breakthroughs of the diamonds from all over the globe, including three from Lucara’s Karowe mine in Botswana of Type IIa diamond of 1,111-carat found last month fell out by two more white diamonds.