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CARAT, weights. A carat is a weight equal to three and one-sixth grains, in diamonds, and the like. Jac. L. Dict. See Weight.

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Average sales price for 2017 was USD847 per carat (including the sale of the LLR), as compared to 2016 average sales price of USD824 per carat (including the sale of 813 carat Constellation diamond for USD63.
However, better than expected ore grades in the Renard 2-Renard 3 open pit led to higher diamond production than planned, with 442,154 carats produced at 87 cpht compared to 422,475 carats at 78 cpht (+5% and +12% respectively).
6 carat blue diamond has been discovered at the Cullinan Mines in South Africa, Petra Diamonds reported.
6 carat blue diamond at the Cullinan mine in South Africa.
50 carats reduces price by $281, while on the high side such a difference increases price by $23, an order of magnitude smaller.
n Seven-carat Brazilian emerald earrings set with four carats of brilliant diamonds in 18-carat white gold.
021 million carats at an average diamond grade of 5.
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Pangea further declared the sale of 2,813 carats in Luanda for an average price of USD160.
Back then it was 112 carats, but Louis had it cut into a 67-carat teardrop diamond.