JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – ASX-listed Lucapa Diamond Company has sold a parcel of 1 864 ct of rough diamonds recovered at the Lulo mine, in Angola, for $8.3-million, representing an average price of $4 452/ct.
This represents the highest total sale price achieved for a parcel of diamonds recovered at Lulo.
Lucapa has sold $44.8-million of diamonds to date this year, with prices averaging $3 132/ct.
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