Are there diamonds mined in scotland?

Answer No diamonds are mined in Scotland. According to, they are produced on every continent but Europe and Antarctica. The United States consumes 35 percent of the world's gem-quality diamond... Read More »

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How are diamonds mined?

Natural diamonds are extracted from the earth in a variety of methods depending on the location of the mine. Because the situation and surroundings of every diamond deposit are different, five prin... Read More »

How are diamonds mined in Africa?

South central African nations' extensive diamond deposits make Africa the world's leading diamond producer. Mining companies use a variety of drilling and dredging techniques to extract diamonds fr... Read More »

Where are pink diamonds mined?

The Argyle Diamond Mine, located in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia, produces 95 percent of the world's supply of pink diamonds. While pink diamonds have been discovered in other cou... Read More »

How many diamonds are mined a year?

According to KPCS (the process designed by the United Nations to prevent so-called "blood diamonds" from entering the market) nearly 163 million carats of diamonds were mined in 2008, worth more th... Read More »