CALGARY, Alberta, September 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Arctic Canadian Diamond Company (“Arctic Canadian”) is pleased to announce the recall of an extraordinary gemstone, a beautiful octahedral diamond weighing 71.26 carats. I am happy.
The stone was recovered on August 25 from the Ekati Mine Misery Pipe in Northwest Territories, Canada. Industry experts have confirmed that it is likely the largest Fancy Vivid Yellow gem ever found in Canada.
Rory Moore, President and CEO of Arctic Canadian, said: “Canadian diamonds are one of the most sought after in the world due to his responsible mining practices and environmental stewardship. This stone is a testament to his Ekati ability to deliver value now and into the future.”
Ekati was Canada’s first diamond mine and has been known for supplying the global market with an assortment of premium rough diamonds for over 24 years. Specifically, Misery Pipe has supplied many of the world’s precious yellow he diamonds.
On August 25, 2022, a bright yellow gem weighing 71.26 carats was discovered at the Ekati diamond mine in Canada’s Northwest Territories.
Possibly the largest Fancy Vivid yellow diamond recovered in Canada came from the Misery Pipe at the Ekati Diamond Mine.
About Arctic Canadian
Arctic Canadian Diamond Company Limited is a Canadian mining company and a significant producer and supplier of an assortment of premium rough stones to the world market. The company owns and operates the Ekati diamond mine in Canada’s Northwest Territories. In addition to its mining and exploration operations, Arctic Canadian has offices in Canada and Belgium.
For more information, please contact:
Phone: +1.403.910.1933 Ext. 2604 | Male: +1.403.797.0486 | E: [email protected]
This press release is also available on our website at www.arcticcanadian.ca.
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Arctic Canadian Diamond Company Recovers Canada’s Largest Fancy Vivid Yellow Diamond, The Canadian Business Journal
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