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Gemfields posts new record auction revenues of $44.3 mln

22 june 2016
Gemfields, which conducted its sixth auction of rough rubies and corundum from Montepuez in Singapore, has generated record total revenues of $ 44.3 million at an average realised price of $29.21 per carat.
It said 1,516,459 carats were sold out of the total of 1,601,145 carats offered from its 75 percent-owned Mozambique mine.
The auction offered high and commercial grade rough rubies in both untreated and treated form.
"We are pleased with the results of Gemfields' sixth Montepuez ruby auction. The prices achieved and the high percentage of goods sold fully support our analysis of the market conditions, the quality of Mozambique's rubies and the increasing levels of demand across various markets and categories,” said company chief executive Ian Harebottle.
“Our commitment to further building the coloured gemstone sector continues with the launch of a new global marketing campaign focussing on Mozambican rubies.”
The five ruby and emerald auctions Gemfields has hosted so far this financial year have yielded aggregate revenues of $174.4 million.
Gemfields' auctions of rough gemstones from Kagem, the world's largest producing emerald mine, located in Zambia, and Montepuez have now generated $621 million in total revenues.

Mathew Nyaungwa, Editor in Chief of the African Bureau, Rough&Polished