This time, Alrosa gifted 105 Carat Diamond to the world
2015 proves to be a lucky year for the jewelry world and diamond industry, as now Alrosa, one of the greatest diamond mining industry produces 105 carat diamond. A Russian diamond mining company, Alrosa reveals their achievement in finding out a 105.6 carat diamond from its Jubilee kimberlite pipe. The date on which the diamond is uncovered is not disclosed.
Alrosa, Russian diamond mining industry finds 105 carat diamond. The day of the month on which the diamond is exposed is not given away by the company’s officials. A year, 2015 full of achievements and discoveries too seem fortunate for the diamond miners and people related to the jewelry world. In this year, Alrosa a leading Russian diamond producer proclaimed its latest discovery of 105.6 carats yellowish diamond from its Jubilee kimberlite pipe located in Yakutia. Further, aside from the size, the shape of the diamond is officially declared as being octahedral. The diaphaneity of the diamond is transparent and is holding a moderate yellowish hue with small inclusions. The worth of the diamond is still not evaluated. Moreover, the Jubilee kimberlite pipe, the place from where this beautiful yellow colored diamond extracted and is situated in Yakutia is renowned for its large finds of diamonds over longer times. Over the years, the Jubilee pipe has brought out 76.07 carats, and 64.23 carats polished stones.