From the South African countries, the world’s fifth-largest diamond from the Lesteng diamond mine in Lesotho was removed.
The UK-based Gem Diamonds, a mining company, announced that the diamond is worth 910 carats and $ 40 million.
Gem Diamonds President Clifford Elphick said in his statement that it was from the “D color” class, which is the diamond’s purest diamond class, and is a very rare piece by its size.
“The last diamond we extracted from our mine is the fifth largest diamond to date in the world, and we extracted another diamond of 603 carats in 2006 and 357 carats in 2015,” said Elphick. used expressions.