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Uncut Rough Diamonds For Sale - Large Diamond Crystals Over 5 Carats

Below is a gallery of  uncut rough diamonds, natural crystals of genuine diamond from various countries around the world. These are large diamond crystals over 5.00 carats that gemstones are made from - not Herkimer Diamonds that are common quartz. Many different crystal forms are available: Octahedral, Cubic, Macle Twins, Balas crystals. All diamonds are natural crystals, exactly as they occurred naturally in the Earth. No polishing, cutting or alteration of any kind. Most commonly available diamond specimens are from South Africa, Australia, and Democratic Republic of Congo. New diamonds are added frequently, check back often. To purchase mineral specimens, go to the Online order form.
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Diamond (8.63 carat pale red-brown octahedral crystal) from Mirny, Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Siberia, Russia
#61245, Diamond (8.63 carat pale red-brown octahedral crystal), Mirny, Russia (t) $8995

Diamond (9.16 carat triangular yellow complex crystal) from Vaal River Mining District, Northern Cape Province, South Africa
#62378, Diamond (9.16 carat triangular yellow complex crystal), Vaal River Mining District, South Africa (t) $9575

Diamond (7.32 carat pale red-brown octahedral crystal) from Mirny, Republic of Sakha, Siberia, Russia
#59971, Diamond (7.32 carat pale red-brown octahedral crystal), Mirny, Russia (t) $8520

Diamond (5.10 carat pale-yellow distorted cubic crystal) from Magna Egoli Mine, Zimmi property along the Sewa River, Sierra Leone
#62155, Diamond (5.10 carat pale-yellow distorted cubic crystal), Magna Egoli Mine, Sierra Leone (t) $3850

Diamond (20.49 carat green octahedral crystal) from Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Siberia, Russia
#60663, Diamond (20.49 carat green octahedral crystal), Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia (t) $25000

Diamond (5.98 carat pale-gray complex crystal) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#63118, Diamond (5.98 carat pale-gray complex crystal), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $5925

Diamond (20.07 carat gray complex cubic crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire)
#55766, Diamond (20.07 carat gray complex cubic crystal), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) (t) $3075

Diamond (26.52 carat gray octahedral crystal) from Republic of Sakha, Siberia, Russia
#57264, Diamond (26.52 carat gray octahedral crystal), Republic of Sakha, Russia (t) $24365

Diamond (24.47 carat translucent black crystal cluster) from South Africa
#62151, Diamond (24.47 carat translucent black crystal cluster), South Africa (t) $13500

Diamond (10.25 carat yellow-gray irregular crystal) from Northern Cape Province, South Africa
#61249, Diamond (10.25 carat yellow-gray irregular crystal), South Africa (t) $8250

Diamond (12.69 carat yellow-gray intergrown rounded crystals) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
#64700, Diamond (12.69 carat yellow-gray intergrown rounded crystals), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (t) $1270

Diamond (10.35 carat gray irregular crystal) from Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Siberia, Russia
#61244, Diamond (10.35 carat gray irregular crystal), Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia (t) $11975

Diamond (8.03 carat yellow-gray intergrown rounded crystals) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
#64699, Diamond (8.03 carat yellow-gray intergrown rounded crystals), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (t) $805

Diamond (10.68 carat cuttable brown complex crystal) from Almazy Anabara Mine, Republic of Sakha, Siberia, Russia
#65092, Diamond (10.68 carat cuttable brown complex crystal), Almazy Anabara Mine, Russia (t) $11985

Diamond (11.25 carat gray intergrown cubic crystals) from Ekati Mine, Point Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada
#64693, Diamond (11.25 carat gray intergrown cubic crystals), Ekati Mine, Canada (t) $1235

 

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All diamonds sold on this web site were purchased from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflicts and in compliance
with the United Nations Kimberley Process requiring all uncut rough diamonds to be sealed in tamper-proof containers at the point of origin to prevent
smuggled conflict-diamonds from tainting the shipment, and a Kimberley Process Certificate is on file at the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The owner, John Betts, hereby guarantees that these diamonds are conflict-free, based on written warranty of Kimberley Process.