Rough Diamonds

Natural Rough, raw, uncut diamond trading companies based in Antwerp, the World Centre. How much tons kimberlite rocks must be unearthed to find one carat rough diamond? read more about here.

Buy rough diamonds in parcels for a minimum amount of US$ 25,000 at Ajediam, Supplier, Import – Export

Mysterious Rough Diamonds

Emergence and origin
of natural rough diamonds

Rough diamonds were formed
billions of years ago
when our planet earth was forming
its continental plates.

Diamonds have crystallized
at depths estimated between
140–190 kilometers (90–120 miles)
300 to 400 km (180-250 miles)

by temperatures of
4’750 Degrees Celsius,
8’582 Degrees Fahrenheit
and a pressure of 25,000 tons
per square cm


Impressive how much tons kimberlite rocks must be unearthed to find one carat rough diamond!

Average result of three months mining:

unearthing 419,233 tonnes of ore

to recover

385 Carats rough diamonds.

This means that must be extract about
1,000 tons (1,000,000,000 kg)
kimberlite rocks
(100 trucks)
to extract 1.00 carat rough diamond only!


Rough diamonds. Origin:
Lofa river, Liberia
Aluvial natural uncut diamonds.

Official import to Antwerp,
World Diamond Centre
by Ajediam CMR Inc.
Kimberley Process Certified Diamonds

This natural rough diamond is for sale

Weight: 1.50 Carat
Also available 2 Caraters
Unique natural uncut – rough
naturally faceted diamonds
More than a Billion Years Old!
Delivered with our Diamond Certificate
48 Hours delivery,
Free shipping & insurance!

We sell parcels from US $ 50,000 and up!
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Design Gallery Original gifts

An exceptional rough diamond of 507 carats is unearthed on 29 September 2009 at the Cullinan mine in South Africa

Another exceptional rough diamond of 196 Carats is found in the Letseng Legacy mine on 24 August 2010

A very large diamond of 478 carats has been found on 21 September 2008 at the Letseng mine in Lesotho in South Africa

Biggest, largest rough diamond found on Earth