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Five Star Diamonds now controls a dominant position in the Brazilian diamond sector with 100% ownership of all licenses and a total focus on the development of sustainable kimberlite pipes.

The Company does not engage in environmentally damaging alluvial diamond mining and works closely with local, state and federal authorities to create an open, transparent and legal diamond industry in Brazil.

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13.09.2017
First Diamonds Recovered from the Riachao Diamond Project
Five Star Diamonds Limited (TSXV: STAR) (the “Company” or “Five Star Diamonds”) is very pleased to provide the following update on its 100% owned Riachao Diamond Project in Piaua State, Brazil.
11.09.2017
Co-Operation Agreement Signed with Hennig
Five Star Diamonds Limited (TSXV: STAR) (the “Company” or “Five Star Diamonds”) is very pleased to announce the signing of a co-operation agreement with i.Hennig the world’s leading international diamond broking and consulting group.
29.08.2017
Jaibaras Diamond Project Programmes Completed
Five Star Diamonds Limited (TSXV: STAR) (the “Company” or “Five Star Diamonds”) is very pleased to provide the following update on its 100% owned Jaibaras Diamond Project in Para State, Brazil.

2016 - 2017 Development Programme

JULY
  • First Kimberley certificate granted on Catalao diamonds.
OCTOBER
  • Verissimo development drilling programme.
  • Jaibaras bulk sampling.
NOVEMBER
  • First diamond sales.
DECEMBER
  • Jaibaras project resource statement.
  • Commercial production from Catalao oxide commercialisation project.
JANUARY
  • Verissimo project resource statement.
FEBRUARY
  • Second diamond sales.
  • Full feasibility study for Catalao fresh rock project.

Company Projects

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Catalao Project

Advanced stage diamond project located within the famous Coromandel diamond district.



Other Projects

Along with the Catalao Project, the Company owns 23 other diamond kimberlite projects comprising an aggregate of 80 exploration licences and applications covering a total area of 185,980 hectares.