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Merlin Discovers 2 Pink Diamonds at Australian Mine

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They hint at the possibility of more.

Merlin Diamonds announced the discovery of two pink diamonds — one 0.039-carat and one 0.025-carat — at the Merlin diamond mine in the Northern Territory, Australia. 

The find is in addition to the recovery of a pink diamond of 0.7 carats announced in the company’s March 2017 quarterly report.

The company said in a statement that it is “encouraged by these discoveries that indicate the possibility of further pink diamonds at the Merlin diamond mine.”

The mine, the company’s flagship project, undertook pilot production in 2013. It is well-known for producing “large, high clarity, super white, and high value diamonds,” according to Merlin.

Australia’s largest diamond, a 104.73-carat stone, was discovered at Merlin.INSTORE MerlinPinkDiamonds

Two pink diamonds were discovered at the Merlin mine in Australia.

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