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For Sale Diamond Crystals - Natural Crystals of Genuine Diamond - Loose Uncut Rough Diamonds For Sale  


Follow the links below to the different diamond crystal galleries filled with natural uncut rough diamonds sold by the New York mineral dealer, John Betts-Fine Minerals. Mr. Betts is a mineral and diamond dealer selling natural crystals to collectors, jewelers, and institutions around the world. Natural crystals of genuine diamond, diamond octahedrans, loose uncut diamonds. All diamonds are uncut, natural diamonds that have not been polished. They are exactly as they emerged from the Earth - totally natural. The galleries are divided into categories based on carat weight, crystal characteristics, and galleries based on prices. Click on the links below to see each gallery. Each diamond illustrated is the exact crystal that you will receive. Each diamond crystal is one-of-a-kind and multiples are not available.  Are you looking for locations listed in Mineralogical Record, Volume 35, Number 1? Read this first....

Diamond (6.42 carat octahedral crystal) from Argyle Mine, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia

My Biggest Diamonds

Diamond (1.08 carat octahedral crystal) from Northern Cape Province, South Africa

My Best Diamonds - Top Quality Gem-Grade Uncut Diamonds

Diamond (0.87 carat hexoctahedral crystal) from Finsch Mine, Free State (formerly Orange Free State), South Africa

Diamond Crystals Recommended for Natural Diamond Jewelry

Diamond (12.27 carat complex crystal cluster) from Northern Cape Province, South Africa

Diamond Crystals in unusual crystals and clusters

Diamond (0.87 carat hexoctahedral crystal) from Finsch Mine, Free State (formerly Orange Free State), South Africa

Uncut Diamond Crystals under 1 carat

Diamond (1.09 carat octahedral crystal) from Mirny, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Siberia, Russia

Uncut Diamond Crystals 1-1.99 carats

Diamond (2.76 carat octahedral crystal) from Argyle Mine, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia

Uncut Diamond Crystals 2-4.99 carats

Diamond (6.42 carat octahedral crystal) from Argyle Mine, Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia

Uncut Diamond Crystals over 5 carats

Diamond (1.08 carat octahedral crystal) from Northern Cape Province, South Africa

Uncut Diamond Crystals Priced $30-$199

Diamond (1.08 carat octahedral crystal) from Northern Cape Province, South Africa

Uncut Diamond Crystals Priced $200 -$399

Diamond (2.48 carat yellow octahedral crystal) from Diamantino, Mato Grosso, Brazil

Uncut Diamonds Priced $400 -$999

Diamond (2.48 carat yellow octahedral crystal) from Diamantino, Mato Grosso, Brazil

Uncut Diamond Crystals Priced $1000 and up

Diamond slices

Slices of diamonds sawn through the center of zoned diamonds

 

REFERENCE PAGES ON DIAMONDS

Diamond Crystals - Typical Crystal Forms

Drawings of diamond crystal forms commonly found in natural diamonds.

Gallery of Jewelry Utilizing Natural Uncut Diamond Crystals

An assortment of jewelry designs created from diamond crystals sold on the site.

Crystal Drawings of Diamond Crystals

Crystal diagrams from the Atlas der Krystaformen published by Victor Goldschmidt in 1916

Do You Think You Found a Diamond? Learn How to Identify Diamonds

Advice on Cutting Rough Diamonds

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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.