Gem Diamonds found the 910-carat diamond, named “The Lesotho Legend,” in January.
The world’s fifth biggest gem-quality diamond ever found was sold for $40 million on Monday, the company that found the massive rock said.
Africa-focused Gem Diamonds (LON:GEMD) dug up the D colour, Type IIa rough diamond, which is about the size of two golf balls, at its flagship Letšeng mine in Lesotho in January.
The rock, named “The Lesotho Legend,” was acquired by an unnamed buyer in Antwerp, Belgium, the company said. Continue Reading →