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Poly Auction Sells Two Diamonds for $10.6M

Oct 18, 2016 7:56 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Hong Kong-based Poly Auction sold two diamonds for $5.3 million (HKD 41.3 million) each at its Important Jewels sale.

The loose diamonds, one weighing 30.19 carats and the other 30.53 carats, both had D color and flawless clarity with excellent cut, polish and symmetry. They fetched $176,199 per carat and $174,236 per carat, respectively.

The pair of polished stones originated from a 160.21-carat rough diamond mined from Gem Diamonds’ Letšeng mine in Lesotho.
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