Lucara’s Karowe Mine Yields a 223 Ct White Gem Diamond

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Lucara Recovers 223ct. Diamond at Karowe
Lucara Recovers 223ct. Diamond at Karowe

Lucara Diamond Corp. recently reported the recovery of a 223 carat stone, which the Company described as a “high white gem diamond”. The diamond was recovered from Lucara’s 100% owned Karowe Diamond Mine located in Botswana.

“This diamond will be shown alongside the 240 carat and 127 carat, top white gem diamonds reported earlier this year together with other exceptional single diamonds recently recovered from Karowe, at Lucara’s upcoming diamond tender closing on March 7, 2019,” Lucara announced.

Eira Thomas, Lucara CEO commented: “2019 is off to a great start, with several, high quality diamonds in excess of 100 carats having been recovered by mid-February, a testament to the strong, stable operating environment that has prevailed at Karowe since late 2018. The 127 carat, 240 carat and 223 carat gems will be made available for sale alongside other exceptional, single diamonds at our first diamond tender of the year, closing on March 7, 2019.”

Lucara is known as a leading independent producer of large exceptional quality Type IIa diamonds from its 100% owned Karowe Mine in Botswana.

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