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Where Are Diamonds Sourced From?

21 Feb 2024


Diamonds are primarily sourced from mines in various parts of the world, including Africa, Australia, Russia, Canada, and South America. Some of the most significant diamond-producing countries are:

   Russia - The largest diamond producing country in the world by volume, with major mines located in Yakutia and Arkhangelsk.

   Botswana - The second largest diamond producing country in the world by value, with the majority of diamonds coming from the Jwaneng and Orapa mines.

   Canada - The third largest diamond producing country in the world, with mines located in the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Ontario.

   Angola - A major diamond producing country in Africa, with most of the diamonds coming from the Catoca mine.

   South Africa - Historically one of the most significant diamond producing countries in the world, with major mines located in the Northern Cape and Gauteng provinces.

   Australia - A significant producer of high-quality diamonds, with the Argyle mine in Western Australia being the largest source of pink diamonds in the world.

Diamonds can also be found in alluvial deposits (deposits of sand, gravel or clay that have been naturally sorted by water) and offshore mining operations.


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