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|Diamond (2.20 carat intergrown colorless cavernous crystals)
|Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
|Two interconnected lustrous transparent colorless diamond crystals exhibiting unusual cavernous form that have raised crystal edges and depressed cubic faces (hoppered). In the trade these cavernous crystals are known as inversion, or negative crystals.
|For reference only
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