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Diamond (0.29 carat fancy-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi, 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

 
Diamond (0.29 carat fancy-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi, 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Diamond (0.29 carat fancy-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi, 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Diamond (0.29 carat fancy-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi, 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Diamond (0.29 carat fancy-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi, 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Diamond (0.29 carat fancy-yellow cavernous crystal) from Mbuji-Mayi, 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

DESCRIPTION:No. 72209
Mineral:Diamond (0.29 carat fancy-yellow cavernous crystal)
Locality:Mbuji-Mayi, 300 km east of Tshikapa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Description:Lustrous transparent natural diamond crystal with fancy-yellow color and excellent sparkle caused by the rare cavernous crystal form (depressed convex faces with prominent edges).
Overall Size:4x3.5x2.8 mm
Crystals:4 mm
Status: For reference only
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