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For Sale: Polished Diamond Slices - Slices of zoned diamond crystals
Sawn through the middle of internally zoned diamond crystals - natural diamond slices

Below is a gallery of  polished slices of zoned diamond crystals, sawn through the middle of internally zoned diamond crystals from various countries around the world. These are real natural diamond slices that gemstones are made from - not Herkimer Diamonds that are common quartz. To purchase mineral specimens, go to the Online order form.
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These zoned diamond slices were featured  Rocks and Minerals, March-April 2014 issue.
Purchasers will receive the complete article in PDF format.

     

 

 

Diamond (0.31 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59928, Diamond (0.31 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $60

Diamond (0.51 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59946, Diamond (0.51 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $100

Diamond (0.37 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59930, Diamond (0.37 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $75

Diamond (0.24 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59952, Diamond (0.24 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $50

Diamond (0.28 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions) from Zimbabwe
#59926, Diamond (0.28 carat polished slice with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $60

Diamond (4.89 carats four polished slices from a single crystal with sector-zoned inclusions ) from Zimbabwe
#65741, Diamond (4.89 carats four polished slices from a single crystal with sector-zoned inclusions ), Zimbabwe (t) $4395

Diamond (3.31 carats four polished slices from a single crystal with sector-zoned inclusions ) from Zimbabwe
#65742, Diamond (3.31 carats four polished slices from a single crystal with sector-zoned inclusions), Zimbabwe (t) $2995

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