A Clear Look At Diamonds

A fabulous infographic on Diamonds - their origin, mining, demand, production and manufacturing.

Former Soviet Mines Are Like Artificially Constructed Pits Of Hell

Former Soviet Mines Are Like Artificially Constructed Pits Of Hell

The abandoned Mir Mine diamond pit and the town of Mirny, Sakha Republits, Eastern Siberia, Russia

Diamond mine small world play for kids! A fun sensory play experience

Sensory Play: Sand Box Diamond Mine

Last December, a 187.7ct rough diamond discovered at the Diavik Diamond Mine was unveiled and named The Diavik Foxfire.

The Canadian diamond mine putting ethics on the map

The carat (ct) “Diavik Foxfire,” discovered in spring is the largest gem-quality rough diamond found to date at Canada's Diavik mine!

World’s Biggest Diamond Mine is located at Mirna, Eastern Siberia, Russia. The mine is 525 meters (1,722 ft) deep and has a diameter of 1,200 m (3,900 ft).

Mirny Diamond Mine, Eastern Siberia - The Second Largest Man-Made Hole in the World. At Metres Deep, It Takes One Hour to Drive to the Bottom

1/10/2016 Jwaneng Diamond Mine Kalahari Desert, Botswana 24°31′23″S 24°42′07″E   The Jwaneng Diamond Mine in Botswana is the richest diamond mine in the world with an annual output of as much as 15.6 million carats (2006). Mine richness takes into account the rate of diamond extraction combined with quality of the diamonds that are mined (sale price per weight). To extract the diamonds, the facility produces 9.3 million tons of ore and an additional 37 million tons of waste rock per year.

The Jwaneng Diamond Mine in Botswana is the richest diamond mine in the world with an annual output of as much as million carats Mine richness takes into account the rate of diamond extraction combined with quality of the diamonds that.

Crater of Diamonds State Park - Arkansas - The only diamond mine in the world where you can search and keep what you find.

Arkansas Diamond Mine - The Only Diamond Mine in the US Near Murfreesboro, Arkansas - Crater of Diamonds State Park.

Cuff bracelet | Earl Plummer (Navajo).  Sterling silver inlaid with turquoise from Blue Diamond mine

Earl Plummer, winner of the Best of Jewelry award at the 2013 Santa Fe Indian Market, is showing his talent in design as well as workmanship. This bracelet

A stack of rough diamonds from the Diavik Mine, situated 220km south of the Arctic Circle. Discover the Canadian mine putting ethics on the map for ethical diamonds and jewellery: http://www.thejewelleryeditor.com/jewellery/diavik-diamond-mine-canada-putting-ethical-diamonds-on-the-map/ #jewelry

The Canadian diamond mine putting ethics on the map

A stack of rough diamonds from the Diavik Mine, the Canadian diamond mine putting ethics on the map - The jewellery Editor

The Uncle Sam Diamond is the largest diamond found in the United States.  It was found in Arkansas and is named after the nickname of its finder, a diamond mine worker.  It was 40.32 carats before being cut and yielded this 12.42 carat emerald-cut gem.  It was sold for 150,000 to a private collector in 1971.

The largest documented diamond find is the "Uncle Sam" diamond, which was discovered in in Millar opened a tourist operation at the mine. He dubbed the site, the "Crater of Diamonds.

Kimberly Diamond Mine is where Cecil Rhodes, the man after which Rhodesia was named (later to become Zimbabwe) made his fortune. It is the biggest hand dug hole in the world, it’s depth being over 1,000 metres.The mine has given up over 3 tonnes of diamonds and finally closed in 1914.

Kimberley Big Hole – South Africa, Apparently the largest ever hand-dug excavation in the world, this 1097 meter deep mine yielded over 3 tons of diamonds before being closed in

CAROL NELSON FINE ART BLOG: Geological Abstract Mixed Media Painting "Diamond Mine" by Colorado Mixed Media Abstract Artist Carol Nelson

Mixed Media Artists International: Geological Abstract Mixed Media Painting "Diamond Mine" by Colorado Mixed Media Abstract Artist Carol Nelson

Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro, Arkansas (Pike County) is the only diamond mine in the world where visitors can dig for diamonds & keep what they find.  An average of 2 diamonds a day are found, along with 40 other gemstones & minerals including amethyst, jasper, peridot, garnet, & quartz. The Strawn diamond (bottom) found in 1990 weighed 3.09 carats, 1.09 carats when cut - it's rated a perfect 0/0/0 & considered a one-in-a-billion stone. Valued at $34k, it's on display at the…

Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro, Arkansas (Pike County) is the only diamond mine in the world where visitors can dig for diamonds

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