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Second-biggest diamond ever will become Louis Vuitton jewellery

WorldNews Thursday, 16 January 2020 ()
Second-biggest diamond ever will become Louis Vuitton jewelleryThe second-biggest diamond in history will be cut, polished and turned into a collection of Louis Vuitton jewellery. Lucara Diamond Corp., which found the 1,758-carat Sewelo diamond at its Botswana mine last year, said it's struck a deal with the luxury brand and Antwerp diamond manufacturer HB Company. It's unclear...
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Louis Vuitton has just bought the world's second-largest diamond. The purchase signals yet another clue to the French brand's ambitions in the luxury jewelry market. According to CNN, the 1,758-carat rough diamond is dark in color and about the size of an adult's palm. Louis Vuitton's purchase is...

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