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The woman behind shaking up the diamond industry finds yet another huge gem
by Ed Caesar
The New Yorker Translate This Article
10 February 2020
On 10 February 2020 The New Yorker reported:
The Canadian firm that cannot stop finding huge diamonds has found another huge diamond. This week, Lucara, the mining company led by Eira Thomas ... announced the discovery of a five-hundred-and-forty-nine-carat ice-white stone at its Botswanan mine, Karowe. It's the fourth-heaviest diamond ever recovered at Karowe, and maybe the prettiest.
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Karowe has been in operation for just seven years, but it has already found three of the ten largest rough diamonds in history. Lucara has been both lucky and ingenious.
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