Largest diamond discovered in a decade fails to sell at auction

The world’s largest rough diamond found in a decade has failed to sell at a London auction after bids did not reach the minimum reserve price.

The 1109-carat ‘Lesedi la Rona’ – the largest rough diamond in existence today – was uncovered by diamond production firm Lucara in November 2015 at its Karowe mine in Botswana.

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