Angola Unearths 404 Carat Diamond Unbelievable!Cheryle Baviera
Angola leaves an indelible mark in the pages of ancient history when it unearthed a 404 carat diamond. Upon its unexpected discovery, it is now known as the 27th biggest diamond in the world. The Lucapa Diamond Company made the surprising announcement. It is described as a type IIa D-colour diamond. This was disclosed by the firm itself at the Lulo Diamond Project in Angola’s Lunda Norte Province.
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Angola’s 404 carat diamond has broken the existing record of an Australian firm. Likewise, it was able to smash another world record of another diamond which has a weight of 133.4 carats. The distinguished chairman of Lucapa has revealed that the shimmering white diamond possesses a superb and excellent quality; thus, it could have an approximate value of $20 million. Miles Kennedy further added
“When we first looked at the property, 3,000 square kilometres of untouched ground, 700 kilometres inland from the coast, you are talking about a very, very remote area. The results today are a wonderful vindication of eight years of pretty hard work”.
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