Lucapa Diamond Company has forked up $9.3 million from the latest sale of diamonds from the Lulo and Mothae mines in Africa.
Lucapa Diamond Company is celebrating a strong production quarter, with the Lulo alluvial mine and the Mothae kimberlite operation driving a group record. Angola-based Lulo produced 7603 carats, a 67 per cent increase from the September 2018 quarter and almost doubling its June result. It increased its production of diamonds larger than 4.8 carats by … Continue reading Dazzling quarter for Lucapa diamonds
Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered a 130-carat, gem-quality diamond from the Lulo project in Angola, West Africa.
Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered a 128-carat diamond from the Lulo alluvial mine in Angola, the 12th 100-plus carat gem it has secured from the African site.
Lucapa Diamond Company, with its joint venture partners, has sold $US16.7 million ($22.9 million) of diamonds from its Lulo alluvial mine at a historic tender in Angola.
Western Australian-based diamond miner Lucapa Diamond Company has commenced commercial production at the Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho, southern Africa.
Lucapa increased mining volumes at its Lulo diamond project by 35 per cent to achieve a new quarterly record of 81,117 bulk cubic metres (BCM).
Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered the 11th diamond in excess of 100ct at the Lulo diamond project in Angola, Africa.
Lucapa Diamond Company, with its project partners, has completed the first sale of alluvial diamonds in 2018 from the Lulo operation in Angola, offloading more than $US9 million worth of gems.
Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered a 103-carat diamond from its Lulo diamond project in Angola’s Lunda Norte region.
Australian-listed Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered a high-value 129.58 carat diamond from the Lulo operation in Angola, the mine’s eighth gem that has exceeded 100 carats.
Lucapa Diamond Company has now sold close to $20 million worth of diamonds from the Lulo mine in Angola in 2017.
Lucapa Diamonds has sold $9.1 million worth of diamonds from its Lulo project in Angola at the completion of its second sale for 2017.
Lucapa Diamond’s recent recovery of a 227-carat stone from the Lulo mine in Angola was assisted by an X-ray transmission (XRT) sorting technology developed by Norway’s Tomra.
Australia’s Lucapa Diamond has secured a 70 per cent interest in Mothae Diamonds, which holds significant diamond resources in Lesotho, Southern Africa.
Lucapa has uncovered a 172.67 carat diamond at its Lulo diamond project.
Lucapa Diamond has unearthed a 104 carat diamond at the Lulo Diamond project in Angola.
Lucapa Diamond has discovered pink diamonds after mining trials in a new section of its Lulo alluvial diamond mine in Angola. The area, known as E46, found several diamonds, including a 0.2 carat intense fancy pink diamond, a 59 carat Type I diamond and a 33 carat Type IIa D colour diamond. The company stated … Continue reading More pink diamonds discovered
Australian miner Lucapa Diamond has sold its enormous 404 carat stone.
Lucapa has recovered a 404.2 carat diamond.