Petra Sells Rare 23.16 Carat Pink Diamond
Posted in DCLA News, on 10 December 2015, by Michael Cohen

The 23.16 carat exceptional pink diamond recovered at the Williamson mine in Tanzania has been sold to M.A. Anavi Diamond Group for 433,938 per carat or$10,050,000 for the stone.

Petra will retain a 20 percent interest in resultant polished sales. This sale result affirms that the market for high quality coloured diamonds remains robust, said Petra CEO Johan Dippenaar. “

Pinks of this size and quality are incredibly rare, but the Williamson mine is known to produce them from time to time.