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Uncut Rough Diamond Crystal No. 60627:
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).

This uncut rough crystal of 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) is available for sale from John Betts - Fine Minerals, mineral dealer located in New York City, New York.Follow on Facebook

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Detailed information on uncut rough diamond crystal No. 60627:

Minerals Species: Diamond (2.64 carat fancy intense yellow-brown cavernous crystals).
Location of mineral deposit: Mbuji-Mayi (Miba), 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire).
Description: Two intergrown natural diamond crystals with fancy intense yellow-brown color and cavernous crystal faces (cubic form with depressed triangular faces and prominent edges). The outer edges are abraded due to alluvial wear.
Overall size of mineral specimen: 8x6x6 mm.
Size of individual crystals: 5 mm.
Price: $2905 net (plus shipping).

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Mineral Specimens: 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)

Mineral Specimens: 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)

Mineral Specimens: 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)

Mineral Specimens: 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)

Mineral Specimens: 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)

Mineral Specimens: 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)

Mineral Specimens: 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)

Mineral Specimens: 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)

Mineral Specimens: 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)

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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.