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Gemfields introduces "Chipembele", the latest and largest significant gemstone discovered at the Kagem emerald mine in Zambia.

Gemfields introduces "Chipembele", the latest and largest significant gemstone discovered at the Kagem emerald mine in Zambia. Weighing 7,525 carats (1,505g), Chipembele - means �rhino in the local indigenous dialect of Bemba.

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The discovery of Chipembele follows Insofu (Bemba for �elephant' - discovered in 2010) and Inkalamu (�lion' - 2018), all of which were formed at Kagem, the world's single largest producing emerald mine, owned by Gemfields in partnership with the Zambian government's Industrial Development Corporation.

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