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a unit of weight for precious stones = 200 mg

the unit of measurement for the proportion of gold in an alloy

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Penelope Cruz: Platinum and 10 carat pink sapphire ring with 2 carat diamonds by Chopard.
Julie Benz - Chopard - Emerald-cut Diamond Bracelet, 27 carats set in platinum; Radiant-cut Yellow Diamond Bracelet, 45 carats
July (ii) Diamond Sales Revenue Value Mine Carats (US$) US$/carat Holpan 453.
The mine produces blue diamonds only periodically, and fewer than five a year weigh over one carat.
View Images: 169 Carat Heart-Shaped Pink Emerald at Link Below: http://www.
5 carats of brilliant diamonds in 18-carat white gold.
14 carat stone valued at $17,000 per carat and 5034 East had a 9.
Cullinan is also renowned as the world's most important source of blue diamonds, providing the collection of 11 rare blues displayed in 2000 at London's Millennium Dome alongside the Millennium Star and which included the fancy vivid blue 'Heart of Eternity' (27 carats polished).
with peak production expected to hit 65,000 carats per year of high
28 carats per diamond, and the mean grade was established at 0.
WWW") has determined a modeled value of US$88 per carat for a parcel of 459 carats of diamonds recovered from the Renard cluster of kimberlitic bodies.
04 tonne sample from the Renard 9 kimberlitic body returned an estimated diamond content of 92 carats per hundred tonnes ("cpht").