Rare 218ct Tumbled Kimberlite Possible Diamonds Untested Natural Colorado 43.6g
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Rare 218ct Tumbled Kimberlite Possible Diamonds Untested Natural Colorado 43.6g:
RARE TUMBLED KIMBERLITE FROMCOLORADOUNTESTED...MAY HAVE DIAMONDS
This lot is for the exact piece of tumbled kimberlite photographed. It was taken wet and dry. This materialhas notbeen tested for diamonds, just photographed and up on . What you get may have real diamonds withinor even on the outside. This batch of kimberlite we just received, positively has diamonds in the material, so this piece may have one or more.
This piece is 43.6 grams / 218.0 carats. The dimensions are 2 1/4 inches x 1 1/2 inches x 1 inches / 55 mm x 36 mm x 22 mm.
PLEASE ALSO SEE OUR OTHER KIMBERLITEWE ARE SELLING
This material we gently washed, took pictures and then onto .There may be real diamonds in this material! Yes, real possible diamonds with a hardness of 10 and are super rare, yet we do not look for them because we do not have the right equipment to test them in rock matrix.Amazing material!First batch ever of tumbled material and feels like the best ever. This piece may have diamonds, but since we did not test for them, we sell this ONLY for its' kimberlite.
If you do choose to break this kimberlite apart looking for diamonds, please consider the following:
Have a sledge hammer, wear eye protection and place the piece on some type of tarp or collection area to gather and search for diamonds. There may be some inside, there may not be. Since they are solid, only the owner can find possible treasures within. RARE MATERIAL!
Get it now while we have it! - WE HAVE SOLD OUT OF THIS MATERIAL EVERY OTHER TIME WE HAD IT!!!
*** We are incompliance with the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS). The KPCS is an international initiative to control and monitor the trade in rough diamonds. THIS MATERIAL COMES FROM THE USA (either stated as Wyoming or Colorado). Since this material is unsearched, we do not know if there are diamonds within this material. We list in the Diamonds (Rough Natural) category, because people have found diamonds, however do not guarantee it.Because of the rules of listing, we must be clear that, we comply with the Kimberely Process; anddoes not have aKimberley Process certificate, because it does not apply to our material. This material was collectedwith love. ***
SOME OF THE PRAISE FOR OUR UNTESTED / UNSEARCHED KIMBERLITE...
Fast shipping! I've only gone through half and already have 2 nice diamonds!
"Hey guys, just a quick story. My 12 y.o. nephew took a rock hammer to one piece today, about the size of a bagel. Andhe extracted a 6 carat 6 sided white diamond., WHHHHHEEEEYAAHHHH"
Lovely piece.Visible diamonds.
Beautiful specimen, great price, fast service
Wonderful, geological specimen; very pleased; rate Seller as: A++++
Great Seller!! Nice item!! Grade A+++
Fast shipping. Lots of fun, our daughter thought it was "cool". :)
fast shipping beautiful rock lots of potential diamonds
Great specimen, very fast dispatch, very happy thankyou
nice specimen, good price & quick delivery
Great dealer......Great align="center">Was very pleased with this purchase
Alles super gelaufen.Danke
Thank you for such a great item!!!! A++++++ers!!!!!!!!!!!!
Item was a ton of fun!
A+ seller! Great product, great communication, great price, super rapid shipping
Very reasonable purchase! Awesome product, quick & great to do business with
very nice , superman fast shipping. thank you very much , got my business again
Very nice Kimberlite-Colorado-Speedy delivery to France-Many Thanks+
MORE ABOUT THIS KIMBERLITE:
Recent mapping and geophysical studies by the Wyoming State Geological Survey, in the Iron Mountain kimberlite district in the central Laramie Range of southEastern Wyoming, resulted in the discovery of several previously unknown kimberlites and geophysical anomalies. The kimberlites are part of an extensive, 5 mile long, northeast-trending, dike-blow complex root zone.Geochemical analyses of samples suggest that a large portion of the kimberlites originated within the diamond stability field in the upper mantle.
Based on mapping, the Iron Mountain district is one of the two largest kimberlite districts in the United States.The other district of similar size is the Colorado-Wyoming State Line district located to the south of Iron Mountain, where more than 130,000 gem- and industrial diamonds have been recovered.THIS MATERIAL HAS COME FROM DIAMOND BEARING PIPES. SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO DESTROY THE KIMBERLITE TO FIND THE DIAMONDS.THIS IS AS MUCH FUN AS FINDING GOLD.THE PIPES THAT THIS MATERIAL CAME FROM HAD ALL COLORS OF DIAMONDS. THE GRADES OF DIAMONDS WERE FROM GEM QUALITY TO INDUSTRIAL
Vibrates to the number 5, Astrological sign of Scorpio
STONE OF FIRE
Kimberlite is a volcanic rock composed of Mica and Periodotite. It comes from Kimberley in the Republic of South Africa and is the "blue ground" from which diamonds are extracted. Kimberlite is the emergence stone - the stone of the new millennium.
FROM DEEP WITHIN THE EARTH
Kimberlite is basically a blow out from the earth's mantle (about 100 miles down) which occurs through a "pipe" shaped similar to a cone. At this depth the pressure-temperature conditions are right for diamonds to crystalize. The pipe at surface is 30 meters to 2 kilometers in diameter (satellite photos are invaluable for spotting them). The molten rock must be devoid of oxygen in order for the diamonds to occur. The estimated velocity at crustal breach is between mach 2 and mach 4! The cause of this is unknown. The pipes are of varying ages, however, so the events are not necessarily associated with the initial coalescence of the debris and solar material into a gravitational object (our planet). Kimberlite can include peridot crystals, diopside (sometimes sizable crystals), garnet, mica and Ilmenite. These are the classical "indicator minerals". The earliest and most thorough work performed on "blue ground" was done in Kimberly, from which this particular Kimberlite came.
Considering what was involved in the creation and formation of this special mineral, Kimberlite is considered an emergence stone. It has been called the Genesis stone, that which engenders breaking through barriers. Since only one in ten "pipes" actually have diamonds - and the Kimberly pipe obviously did), there is an element of potential against odds - of everlasting endurance!
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