Monday, October 2, 2023

A girl celebrated her birthday and found a luxurious gold diamond in a park in the USA

A girl in the United States had a birthday she will never forget. To celebrate his seventh birthday, he went to a state park with his father and grandmother Arkansas where he made an enviable discovery last Friday, September 1st.

After the little girl played and ran around in the enclosure, she went to some rocks to sit down. Just then he found one golden brown diamond of 2.95 carats, whose approximate weight corresponds to 58 grams.

The place where the discovery took place is not just any place: it is named Diamonds State Park crater, where gemstones have been found in the past. Of course, the minor’s case was described by the campus administration as “one of the most beautiful“ You saw that.

He went for fun and found a diamond

The happy birthday child is Aspen Brown. After finding the luxurious stone, he told his family and went there with them Diamond Discovery Center to confirm the finding and receive a positive response.

The deputy park ranger, Waymon Cox noted that “the diamond has a golden brown color and a brilliant luster. It is a complete crystal, with no broken facets and a small crack on one side that occurred when the diamond was formed. Without doubt, one of the most beautiful I’ve seen in recent years“.

This is the diamond the girl found (Arkansas State Park)

The minor found the gemstone right in an area where a company had dug a trench to curb soil erosion. Several tons of material were uncovered and could be found.

“It didn’t take any special skill to find it. She was in the right place at exactly the right time.” His father declared proudly, Luther Brown in the local press.

Area of ​​incredible finds

What happened in Aspen joins a long list of successes achieved at the state park. In fact, last March, a passerby found a diamond larger than the girl’s, weighing 3.29 carats.

Entire families go to the park to look for diamonds (Facebook)

So far they have only been found in 2023 563 luxurious stones on the premises, an average of one or two diamonds per day. Now let’s look at 1972 – the year the farmer found the first gems John Huddleston—, the total number corresponds to more than 75 thousand.

Those interested can explore the park every day between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Arkansas time and extract the diamonds from their original volcanic source.

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