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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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Excluding the sale of the LLR, the average sales price for 2017 was USD647 per carat which was in line with the 2016 average sales price of USD649, excluding the sale of the 813 carat Constellation diamond.
In total, 438,632 carats were sold for gross proceeds of C$51.
Further, the mine has continued to unearth precious stones including a 39 carat blue diamond which sold for US$8.
6 carat diamond which yielded a fancy vivid blue and internally flawless 7.
00 carats, which is consistent with our empirical estimates of diamond prices.
Items featured in the photographs are: A four carat pear- shaped diamond solitaire pendant with an 18-carat white gold chain.
00 per carat or 89% of target price before taxes(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
com), the world's leading retailer of Pink Emeralds announced today the sale of an extremely rare and important precious gemstone, the "World's Largest Heart-Shaped Pink Emerald" weighing a whopping 169 carats.
The Angolan Geology and Mines Ministry has announced in Luanda that the State-owned company Angola Polishing Diamonds has carried out exports of 4,462 carats of cut diamonds to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the month of June this year, totaling to US$3.
Production in the 1950s and 1960s was between 500,000 and 750,000 carats (100 and 150 kg) per year; the peak year of production was 1966, when 924,984 carats (185 kg) were produced.
The Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company has so far sold nearly 513 000 carats worth around $21,5 million from two of the diamond operations it acquired in March 2016.
20 carats to 17 carats, with 46% of stones falling in the one to three-carat range.
In the fourth quarter, De Beers Canada s production grew 20% to 582,000 carats while the Namibian Namdeb s production stood at 465,000 carats, up 4%.
58 carats were reportedly recovered from colluvial gravels and soils excavated immediately downslope from, and within 150 metres of the Brauna 3 kimberlite.
Murowa Diamond Mine s parent company - Rio Tinto has revealed that the mine s productivity in full-year 2012 has touched the figure of 313 000 carats, up 10% from the 285 000 carats output recorded in 2011.