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4.75 total carats of genuine black diamonds
Black diamonds were not formed on the earth, or even under it. In 2006, two scientists determined that the only way black diamonds could have formed was in interstellar supernova explosions, billions of years ago and light years away. The resulting giant black diamond meteorite collided with earth some 4 billion years ago. This theory is supported by high levels of hydrogen detected in black diamonds, which would not be possible if black diamonds formed under the earth like white diamonds.
Approximately 600 tons of conventional diamonds have been mined, traded, polished since 1900. But not a single black diamond has been discovered in the world’s mining fields. This makes black diamonds very special indeed.
Here, we’ve arranged sixty of these interstellar beauties to create a tennis bracelet of intergalactic proportions.
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