Lesedi La Rona

The second largest diamond was found in Botswana!


In Botswana, in the Karowe Mine located north of the capital riches of the English Crown). This diamond was named "Lesedi La Rona" that in Setswana language means "Our Light."

The experts said that this diamond is classified as "the diamond", which constitutes 1.8% of gem diamonds. Unbelievably, measuring 1.111 carats, it's the pride and the hope of Botswana as it has become part of its heritage.

The company that has found "Lesedi La Rona" is originally from Vancouver and specializes in the extraction of gems, using a high-tech plant which allows the recovery of these large diamonds of exceptional quality.