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“Rare Masterpiece”: Israeli Firm Buys Pink Rough for $13.8 Million

Gem described as a "rare masterpiece of nature”
32ct pink diamond petra
Credit: Petra Diamonds

Israeli-based polished manufacturer Diacore has bought a 32.32 carat pink rough diamond from Petra’s Williamson mine in Tanzania for $13.8 million, IDEX Online reports.

 

Williamson Diamond Mine Tanzania
Credit: Hansueli Krapf

 

Diacore’s Chairman Nir Livnat described the rough, which was offered last month in Antwerp as part of Williamson’s tender, as a “rare masterpiece of nature”.

 

Pink Williamson diamond
Credit: Petra Diamonds

 

According to the report, Diacore specializes in rare colored diamonds “and has cut some of the world’s most famous diamonds, including the 203.04-carat De Beers Millennium Star and the 59.60-carat Pink Star flawless fancy vivid pink diamond.”



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