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Diamond (1.43 carat pale-brown macle, twinned crystal) from Free State (formerly Orange Free State), South Africa

 
Diamond (1.43 carat pale-brown macle, twinned crystal) from Free State (formerly Orange Free State), South Africa

Diamond (1.43 carat pale-brown macle, twinned crystal) from Free State (formerly Orange Free State), South Africa

DESCRIPTION:No. 43628
Mineral:Diamond (1.43 carat pale-brown macle, twinned crystal)
Locality:Free State (formerly Orange Free State), South Africa
Description:Triangular natural diamond crystal with flat crystal faces and pale brown color with a few dark inclusions and flaws. The triangular shape is due to twinning on the octahedral {111} plane following the Spinel law, known in the trade as a macle.
Overall Size:9x8x2 mm
Crystals:9 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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