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Diamond (2.57 carat dodecahedral crystal) from Koffiefontein Mine, Free State (formerly Orange Free State), South Africa

 
Diamond (2.57 carat dodecahedral crystal) from Koffiefontein Mine, Free State (formerly Orange Free State), South Africa

DESCRIPTION:No. 25789
Mineral:Diamond (2.57 carat dodecahedral crystal)
Locality:Koffiefontein Mine, Free State (formerly Orange Free State), South Africa
Description:Complex crystal of natural diamond with light pink-brown color. Visible inside the crystal are black graphite inclusions (the same element as a diamond - pure carbon). The crystal surface has complex faces and striations.
Overall Size:8x7x6 mm
Crystals:8 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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