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Woman Finds 2.65-Carat Diamond Within Minutes At State Park

You may have heard about the four C’s when it comes to buying diamonds – cut, color, clarity, and carat weight.

Did you know that the larger the carat (or weight of the diamond), the rarer the diamond?

Victoria Brodski learned this lesson on her 25th birthday at Arkansas’ Crater of Diamonds State Park.

She saw something sparkling on the ground and thought it was a piece of glass – it wasn’t.

It was a 2.65 carat diamond! Waymon Cox, a park interpreter, said that the diamond looked like raw honey with smooth rounded surfaces.

Brodski’s diamond is the second largest one found this year!

Watch the video below to see the stunning gem and to find out what Victoria is going to do with it!

Take a look at this video!

You too can visit the Crater of Diamonds State Park – you never know what you may find out there!