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could this be a diamond

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They test correctly on electronicalt text diamond tester as diamond Under black light the fluressence is orange pink The stone under natural light is purple pink greyalt text The weight per density seem to be ![enter code here][2]correct. 6mm point to crown
5 mm across crown 4mm across top opening of stonealt text Weight = 1.0-1.1 crt.

asked Nov 19, 2014 by Rekoob (200 points)

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![here are pix under normal light and under black lightalt text`

answered Nov 20, 2014 by Rekoob (200 points)
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Normal lightalt text

answered Nov 20, 2014 by Rekoob (200 points)
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The natural colors is certainly off for a diamond. Definitley would need to run some more test such as checking the refraction or hardness (i.e. scratch a piece of corundum or a low-grade diamond with it)

answered Nov 20, 2014 by hershel (46,480 points)
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Amethyst...never seen a purple diamond.

answered Nov 23, 2014 by Weasel (37,720 points)
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Amethyst...never seen a purple diamond. They exist but they are rare and three of them seen here just stretches possible somewhat thin.

answered Nov 23, 2014 by Weasel (37,720 points)
 


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