Australian jeweler Lucapa has announced the discovery of rough 170 ct of pink diamonds weighing 170 ct in the Lulo mine in Angola, Africa, the largest gem-grade rough diamond ever found in 300 years.
Lucapa named it The Lulo rose and expects to sell it publicly in the second half of the year. Expect one hundred million.
Finding a large pink diamond in one place is nothing, and if there is a continuous output in the same area, then Angola may continue the legend of Argyle. It's really nice