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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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The latest sale took total Mothae sales to date in 2019 to US$9.0 million (A$12.9 million) at an average price per carat of US$539 (A$767) and US$661 (A$941) for the +11 sieve size fraction.
The expansion of P&G's relationship with Carat came as P&G created a new media model that involved splitting its North American media business between in-house teams and agency partners across seven categories.
14k white-gold and diamond ring, featuring a 3.56 carat (old mine cut, circa 1880s) diamond (J color/Si3 clarity) center stone and a custom semi-mount that features a 1.41 carat of round diamond melee and 1 carat of round brilliant-cut diamonds; approximate diamond weight is 6.00 carats, $72,000
Based on its past experience, Axle Holdings will bring world-class expertise in design, sales and manufacturing to the Carat Group.
Carat is a global media planning and buying specialist and a market leader in digital solutions.
The find comes months after a 29.6-carat blue diamond from the mine was sold for 14m [pounds sterling], or 508,000 per carat [pounds sterling].
In this case, the size and location of the damage was as "fortunate," as such damage can be--resulting in a recut gem with a somewhat minimal loss of weight (of less than a carat).
JOHANNESBURG (CyHAN)- A rare 29.6 carat blue diamond has been discovered at the Cullinan Mines in South Africa, Petra Diamonds reported.
The white diamond offered by Sotheby's is a remarkable 118.28 carat, D colour, flawless, Type IIa stone of excellent polish and excellent symmetry and is the largest D colour flawless diamond ever to appear at auction, as well as the largest oval shaped diamond of its kind ever graded by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).
"The guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) will arrive in Subic Bay on Thursday, June 27, to participate in the Philippines- US Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) exercise," the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said in a statement Wednesday.
29 January 2013 - UK media and digital communications group Aegis Group Plc (LON:AGS) said it had acquired a majority stake in its Bogota-based affiliate Carat Colombia SAS.
As the first step of this partnership, Synchronize Media, Media Agency of Synergy will represent Carat, Media Agency of Aegis Group in Pakistan.
Passed down through the royal families of France, England, Prussia, and the House of Orange, the 34.98 carat modified pear double rose cut diamond would have come from Golconda in India, the sole source of diamonds until the discoveries in Brazil in the 1720s.
In 2010, the average price per carat rebounded to an average price of N$3 300 per carat.
The 24.78 carat gem, which is cut into a rectangle with rounded corners, was sold by jeweller-to-the-stars Harry Winston more than 60 years ago and has been in a private collection ever since.