Jubilee Pipe Now glitters with its 121.96-carat Diamond
ALROSA finds the diamond that weighs approx. 122 carats from the Jubilee Kimberlite Pipe of Russia. ALROSA’s business unit MPD (Aikhal Mining and Processing Division)while processing recovers the 121.96-carat Diamond from the plant No.14. The shape of this transparent yellowish diamond is octahedral.
A Russian group of diamond mining corporations, ALROSA enjoy the recovery of 121.96-carat i.e. approx 122 carat diamond from its Jubilee kimberlite pipe. Acknowledged to play a starring role in the world diamond mining by volume, ALROSA business unit, MPD (Aikhal Mining and Processing Division) extracted this stone from the plant No.14 while processing. A transparent crystal that has 31.28 х 30.00 х 28.57 mm dimension possesses an octahedral shape. In the statement stated on February 11, the company aside from its size and shape too reveals the color of this diamond. The tint of this alluring diamond is somewhat yellowish. Further, the inclusions in this beautiful diamond are olivine, graphite as well as sulphide. The history of the Jubilee pipe is quite an impressive as the company has recovered some stones that lie within the range of 50 to 138 carats from its deposit from the beginning of the year to the present. Last year in the month of December the company has extracted out the diamond that weighs around 105.6-carat from the Jubilee Pipe (mine).