How to Find Genuine
Diamonds in Arkansas
at The Crater of Diamonds State Park


Crater of Diamonds State Park Murfreesboro Arkansas



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If you have an address in the USA where you receive mail from the US Postal Service and a PayPal account, we can mail you some freshly unearthed ore from The Worthington Diamond Mine.  A bull dozer just removed the overburden on this proven diamond deposit.  A trackhoe is now breaking up some virgin lamproite ore at The Worthington Diamond Mine near Arkansas' famous Crater of Diamonds State Park.  We will shovel some of this diamond-bearing ore straight into a box, package it, and ship it to you in a flat-rate USPS Priority Mail box packed full of this unsearched, igneous, lamproite.  We will put as much in the box as it will hold and still close.  "If it fits, it ships!"


We will also add a tablespoon full of our best centers/heavies that we have already checked for diamonds. In these you may find white or blue barite, black, lustrous opaque, chromium spinel, red or purple pyrope garnet and green chromium diopside which are the classic, diamond indicator minerals that came up from the diamond stability zone more than 100 miles deep in the earth.


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Video: Learn How To Recognize Genuine, USA Diamonds From Arkansas by Studying 92 Gem Photos





If you don't have a set of classifying screens yet,

here is a link to a durable, high-quality set of stainless steel screens.



To process our diamond ore, we suggest you purchase these three, stackable screens.  We offer links to other, suggested, mining products on our "Crater Stories" page


You will also need a sarucca to concentrate your heavy minerals.  If you don't have one, you won't need to purchase one if you get this set.  That will save you a lot of money. 


All you have to do is just snip the supports out of the bottom screen (finest mesh), and it will make a great sarucca at no additional cost to you.

How to find diamonds. Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro, Arkansas guide on how to find diamonds in North America's only public diamond mine where you keep gems, treasures, ideal for treasure hunting, rock collecting, rock hounding, digging, souvenirs. American Diamond Miners. What to do; things to do in Arkansas.
The host of the DVD and author of the book has found 200 diamonds at the state park. The two largest weigh over two carats each.

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Crater of Diamonds State Park Diamond Mine How To Search for and Find Diamonds Book

Crater of Diamonds State Park Diamond Mine
How To Search for and Find Diamonds Book
     This book is soft covered and has 182 pages in an 8 ½ X 11 inch format.  It uses 193 photographs, maps and charts to help tell this story.  These include 32 pages of color photographs showing these USA diamonds in their natural, uncut forms.  The author found his first ten diamonds in Arkansas during the summer of 1978.  In 2003, Glenn W. Worthington published his first book about diamonds in Arkansas.  Four years later he revised, expanded and updated his book that explains the history and some of the geological science pertaining to these USA diamonds.  In June of 2009 he released the third edition of “Genuine Diamonds Found in Arkansas.”  In it he details the hundred-plus-year history of diamonds found in Arkansas.  He also shares stories of his personal experiences and those of his fellow diamond miners.

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