In the United States, a couple on a trip to Arkansas found a real diamond in a state park. About it writes New Yourk Post.
California resident Noreen Vredberg and her husband went on vacation to an Arkansas national park. During the trip, Wredberg remembered that Diamond Crater State Park was nearby and decided to take a walk through it. Just 40 minutes into her walk, the American woman discovered the sparkling gem on the ground and handed it to her husband. They later took the gem to the Discovery Center, where park officials identified it as a 4.38-carat yellow diamond.How Russia found freaks on the Internet and had drinks with Grigory Leps. Just 40 minutes into the walk, the American woman discovered the sparkling gem on the ground and handed it to her husband. They later took the gem to the Discovery Center, where park officials identified the stone as a 4.38-carat yellow diamond.
According to park employee Caleb Howell, the stone found was the largest diamond found in the crater in 2021. "When I first saw this diamond under the microscope, I thought, what a beautiful shape and color it has," Howell said. Wredberg said she hasn't yet decided what she will do with the find. The woman named the stone Lucy after her husband's ginger cat. More than 250 diamonds were reported in the state park in 2021. On average, visitors found about two diamonds a day. According to park officials, the largest stone at 40.23 carats was found in 1924. After it was cut, it was sold to private collectors for $150,000 (11 million rubles). The park "Diamond Crater" is located on the site of an extinct volcano. It is the only accessible deposit of these stones in the world. Earlier it was reported that in the U.S. state of Arkansas, a bank employee took a walk in the park "Diamond Crater" and found a record-breaking big diamond of nine carats.