According to Taiwan media reports, the Russian diamond mining company Alrosa announced that 25 in the Russian Republic of Sakha mined a huge diamond weighing 190.77 carats, the initial estimate of the ore at least 2 billion years of history, is now sent back to the company for further inspection and evaluation.
Photo: Screenshot of Russia Today report.
Arosa reportedly dug a huge 190.77-carat diamond in the Sakha Republic in Russia’s Far East before the new year. They call it a “New Year’s gift” from nature.
Arosa’s 2019 years have been a fruitful year, with Arosa digging into the world’s first “drill in a drill” in October, just like the Russian “Russian Sleeve”, with a 0.62-carat diamond containing a small 0.02-carat diamond that can move freely within a large diamond.
Now that huge gems have been dug up again, Agulyev, vice president of Arosa, says, “Nature has been very generous this year, including before Valentine’s Day, when the company dug up heart-shaped diamonds.” “The gem has now been sent to a joint sales organization in Arosa for further examination and evaluation.