Antwerp's vibrant rough diamond tender program gets rolling this week as Laurelton Diamonds Belgium will be holding the viewings of its next tender of rough and sawn at the Antwerp Diamond Tender Facility [ATF] in the AWDC Building in Belgium, starting January 9 and running through January 18.
The tender will include a selection of white, cape rough parcels in sizes from +5cts to -7 in regular and high-quality assortments. There will also be a range of white and yellow sawn kaps offered in sized parcels from +3gr to -5 in mixed qualities.
Bonas Diamond Brokers and Consultants will kick off their tender year the next day with a tender of goods from the Braúna diamond Project, Brazil, which is South America's first kimberlite diamond mine and South America’s largest diamond mine.
DDA Trading has also announced the sale of the Namibian Marine Rough Diamond production from IMDH (International Mining and Dredging Holdings Ltd).
DDA will be offering approximately 25,000cts of full ROM, original marine goods of gem quality from the specialist mining vessel, the Ya’Toiva. Viewings will take place by appointment only in Antwerp at DDA Trading’s office in the Antwerp Diamond Bank.
For a full schedule of rough diamond tenders in Antwerp, consult the calendar on AWDC's website.
Source: The Diamond Loupe