Firestone Diamonds
110 carat gem-quality light yellow diamond, during the ramp up phase at its Liqhobong Diamond Mine
AIM-quoted Firestone Diamonds has recovered its largest diamond to date, a 110 carat gem-quality light yellow diamond, at Liqhobong diamond mine in Lesotho.

The diamond was found during the ramp up phase at Firestone Diamonds’ Liqhobong diamond mine in Lesotho.

[quote]The company believes this diamond recovery confirms the possibility of significantly largerstones being recovered at Lighobong.

“The 110 carat gem-quality light yellow diamond recovered during Liqhobong’s ramp-up phase is a very exciting and encouraging accomplishment. It confirms our long held belief that Liqhobong has large stone potential and I hope this is the first of many to come,” states Firestone Diamonds CEO, Stuart Brown.

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