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Famous Diamond Mines Chart (A Searchable Collection of Famous Diamond Mines in the World)

This is a searchable collection of  famous diamond mines in the world. As for scarcity, diamonds are far rarer than gold. It is the hardest rock on Earth and valuable for industrial and jewelry purposes. The top five producing countries are Russia, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa and Canada. They account for more than 75% of total production of diamonds by weight. The chart is resource for your diamond buying and collecting.
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Damtshaa diamond mine

Damtshaa diamond mine

The Damtshaa diamond mine is a diamond mine located in Botswana about 220 kilometers (140 mi) west of the city of Francistown. Damtshaa is of open pit construction, located on top of four distinct kimberlite pipes of varying ore grade.
Reserves/Resources: The mine is forecast to produce about 5 million carats (1,000 kg) of diamond from 39 million tons of ore over the projected 31 year life of the mine.
Products: 292,000 carats in 2003
Owner: Debswana
country/region: BOTSWANA
Continent: Africa

Jwaneng diamond mine

Jwaneng diamond mine

The Jwaneng diamond mine is the richest diamond mine in the world and is located in south-central Botswana about 120 kilometers (75 mi) west of the city of Gaborone, in the Naledi river valley of the Kalahari.The high rate of diamond extraction, combined with high quality diamonds fetching excellent per weight prices, make the Jwaneng diamond mine the richest diamond mine in the world by value of recovered diamonds.
Reserves/Resources: The reserves will allow production at current levels to continue for 27 years.
Products: 15.6 million carats in 2006
Owner: Debswana
country/region: BOTSWANA
Continent: Africa

Orapa diamond mine

Orapa diamond mine

The Orapa diamond mine is the world's largest diamond mine. The mine is located in Orapa, a town in the Boteti Sub-District of Botswana about 240 kilometers (150 mi) west of the city of Francistown.Orapa is of open pit construction.
Reserves/Resources: The reserves will allow production at current levels to continue for 30 years.
Products: 16.3 million carats in 2003
Owner: Debswana
country/region: BOTSWANA
Continent: Africa

Letlhakane diamond mine

Letlhakane diamond mine

The Letlhakane diamond mine is a diamond mine located in Botswana about 190 kilometers (120 mi) west of the city of Francistown. Letlhakane is of open pit construction.It is also managed from the Orapa mine,about 50 km (31 mi) distant. .
Reserves/Resources: Known reserves will allow production at current levels to continue for 11 years.
Products: 1.1 million carats in 2003
Owner: Debswana
country/region: BOTSWANA
Continent: Africa

Karowe diamond mine

Karowe diamond mine

Karowe Diamond Mine is an operating open pit mine in Botswana.
Reserves/Resources: Known reserves will allow production at current levels to continue for 15 years.
Products: Over 13,220 carats in 2011.Karowe is expected to process 2.5 million tonnes of ore per annum to recover 400 000 carats per annum.
Owner: Lucara Diamond Corp
country/region: BOTSWANA
Continent: Africa

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