|AllMinerals/JohnBetts-FineMinerals > Online Mineral Museum Photographic Archive > Minerals from Canada > Diamond (1.84 carat colorless interpenetrant-twinned cavernous crystal)
|Diamond (1.84 carat colorless interpenetrant-twinned cavernous crystal)
|Diavik Mine, East Island, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada
|Unusual interpenetrant-twinned cavernous (hoppered) transparent colorless diamond crystals that shows six raised crystal edges in a star-shaped formation on one side. In the trade these cavernous crystals are known as inversion, or negative crystals.
|For reference only
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