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Unusual Crystals and Clusters of Diamonds - Rare Diamond Crystals For Sale - Spherical Ballas, Macles, Clusters

Below is a gallery of  unusual crystals of diamonds including rare diamond crystals and diamond clusters. Raw Diamonds from various countries around the world. These are real diamond that gemstones are made from - not Herkimer Diamonds that are common quartz. Many different crystal forms are available: Cluster of multiple diamond crystals, Macle Twins, Spherical Ballas Diamond 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 (0.23 carat fancy yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire)
#63146, Diamond (0.23 carat fancy yellow cavernous crystal), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) (t) $255

Diamond (0.67 carat cuttable pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#65927, Diamond (0.67 carat cuttable pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $1030

Diamond (0.72 carat cuttable pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#65924, Diamond (0.72 carat cuttable pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $1110

Diamond (0.74 carat cuttable pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#65926, Diamond (0.74 carat cuttable pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $1140

Diamond (28.82 carat greenish-gray crystal cluster) from Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Siberia, Russia
#66235, Diamond (28.82 carat greenish-gray crystal cluster), Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia (t) $9975

Diamond (0.66 carat cuttable pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#65923, Diamond (0.66 carat cuttable pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $1015

Diamond (0.75 carat cuttable pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#65928, Diamond (0.75 carat cuttable pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $1155

Diamond (0.51 carat fancy yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire)
#63148, Diamond (0.51 carat fancy yellow cavernous crystal), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) (t) $565

Diamond (1.39 carat fancy intense brownish-yellow cavernous crystal cluster) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire)
#60629, Diamond (1.39 carat fancy intense brownish-yellow cavernous crystal cluster), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) (t) $1530

Diamond (4.33 carat pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal) from Mandala River, Guinea
#56503, Diamond (4.33 carat pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal), Guinea (t) $13790

Diamond (1.49 carat pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal) from Mandala River, Guinea
#63790, Diamond (1.49 carat pale-yellow macle, twinned crystal), Guinea (t) $2175

Diamond (1.92 carat green macle, twinned crystal) from Guinea
#39394, Diamond (1.92 carat green macle, twinned crystal), Guinea (t) $4465

Diamond (2.65 carat fancy intense brownish-yellow cavernous crystals) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire)
#60628, Diamond (2.65 carat fancy intense brownish-yellow cavernous crystals), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) (t) $2915

Diamond (4.50 carat intersecting yellow macles, twinned crystals including Star-of-David Twin) from Northern Cape Province, South Africa
#57267, Diamond (4.50 carat intersecting yellow macles, twinned crystals including Star-of-David Twin), South Africa (t) $8145

Diamond (2.64 carat fancy intense yellow-brown cavernous crystals) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire)
#60627, Diamond (2.64 carat fancy intense yellow-brown cavernous crystals), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) (t) $2905

Diamond (2.79 carat gray spherical Ballas crystal) from Paraguassu River District, Bahia, Brazil
#59101, Diamond (2.79 carat gray spherical Ballas crystal), Paraguassu River District, Brazil (t) $450

Diamond (2.57 carat pale-yellow flattened crystal) from Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Siberia, Russia
#61243, Diamond (2.57 carat pale-yellow flattened crystal), Sakha (Yakutia) Republic, Russia (t) $2575

Diamond (0.56 carat fancy intense yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire)
#60631, Diamond (0.56 carat fancy intense yellow cavernous crystal), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) (t) $620

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 (2.73 carat cluster of colorless cubic crystals) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire)
#63115, Diamond (2.73 carat cluster of colorless cubic crystals), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire) (t) $2995

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 (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 (0.31 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
#64887, Diamond (0.31 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (t) $485

Diamond (3.35 carat colorless cavernous crystal) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#64881, Diamond (3.35 carat colorless cavernous crystal), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $2925

Diamond (0.27 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
#64890, Diamond (0.27 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (t) $420

Diamond (0.33 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
#64889, Diamond (0.33 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (t) $515

Diamond (0.37 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
#64886, Diamond (0.37 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (t) $575

Diamond (0.44 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
#64885, Diamond (0.44 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (t) $690

Diamond (0.60 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
#64888, Diamond (0.60 carat fancy intense-yellow cavernous crystal), Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), Democratic Republic of the Congo (t) $935

Diamond (1.81 carat pale-gray cubic crystal) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#66232, Diamond (1.81 carat pale-gray cubic crystal), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $1695

Diamond (2.41 carat colorless cavernous crystal) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#64882, Diamond (2.41 carat colorless cavernous crystal), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $2110

Diamond (2.20 carat pale-gray cubic crystal) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#66231, Diamond (2.20 carat pale-gray cubic crystal), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $1615

Diamond (2.61 carat pale-gray intergrown cubic crystals) from Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
#66230, Diamond (2.61 carat pale-gray intergrown cubic crystals), Diavik Mine, Canada (t) $2155

Diamond (0.28 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59926, Diamond (0.28 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $145

Diamond (0.24 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59952, Diamond (0.24 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $125

Diamond (0.24 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59948, Diamond (0.24 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $125

Diamond (0.51 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59946, Diamond (0.51 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $245

Diamond (two matched polished diamond slices with sector-zoned inclusions totaling 0.41 carats) from Zimbabwe
#59943, Diamond (two matched polished diamond slices with sector-zoned inclusions totaling 0.41 carats), Zimbabwe (t) $210

Diamond (0.35 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59929, Diamond (0.35 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $180

Diamond (0.37 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59930, Diamond (0.37 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $225

Diamond (two matched polished diamond slices with sector-zoned inclusions totaling 0.54 carats) from Zimbabwe
#59937, Diamond (two matched polished diamond slices with sector-zoned inclusions totaling 0.54 carats), Zimbabwe (t) $275

Diamond (0.27 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59949, Diamond (0.27 carat polished diamond slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $150

Diamond (7 polished diamond slices with sector-zoned inclusions totaling 0.98 carats) from Zimbabwe
#59947, Diamond (7 polished diamond slices with sector-zoned inclusions totaling 0.98 carats), Zimbabwe (t) $500

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