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You could be washing some small diamonds through that sieve! It's best to dry the sample before looking at it. After it's dried, different sized sieves should be employed, even down to 0.3 mm Then, each sieved size should be observed separately on a black rubber mat because diamonds can be better seen on a dark background!
No way iIT WORKED!!!!!
I have found a ruby diamond diamond and emerald and an obsdian
Turkey trying to find a diamond on the cheap for his fiance', he's already checked the jewelry stores. I'm a cheapskate who recognizes a cheapskate when he sees one! Lol. Actually looks more like the fiancé herself on closer inspection. She's probably given up on her beau.
Love the turkey....hopefully it's not for dinner
Ok, Assistant...you can stop spraying lolol
The Turkey is like "If you find the diamond give it to me" lol😂
Or I will stab you with the spikes on the back of my legs
wow is your name Audra? mine is as well we are planning a trip to the crater of diamonds in July. I've been watching a lot of videos trying to find the best techniques for finding diamonds and your name caught my eye. never met another Audra before so wow, nice to know I'm not the only one. Audra Queen
+Audra Queen It is truly an honor to make your acquaintance. My parents named me for the character Audra Barkley on "Big Valley". When you get to creator of diamond, there are a few park rangers that will give you demos on how to find diamonds. They have someone who can identify everything for you as well.It will be hot in July so bring plenty of water and a hat. They have a water park next door to cool off if you bring you swimming suit. They do rent things like screens and other equipment there just FYI. I would take home your bucket of dirt. You can use a blacklight to find you diamond on the dirt is some advice that we got. If you find anything, I would be interested to know. :)
thats one nosy turkey
+Chris Fulgham lol. I can agree.
Maybe the land of your home maybe have a diamond deposit you have to search the sand buried
Are those other minerals worth any money?
+Bryan Kye Thank you for your question. According to www.gemsociety.org/article/jasper-gem-information/, Jasper is worth between $2 and $5 per carat. You can take a 5 gallon bucket out of the park so you can look to see if you got anything at home.