Blue Moon Diamond: $26 Million for Uncut Stone
Aug. 11 (Bloomberg) -- The historic blue moon diamond was found in the Cullinan mine in South Africa -- where 65% of the world's diamond production is sourced. The blue moon was cut down from around 30 carats to 12 by diamond-maker Cora International. Cora International Chief Executive Officer Suzette Gomes explains the process to Bloomberg's Alix Steel.
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