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Choose from 297 pictures in our Diamonds collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Diamond mine slag heaps Featured Print

Diamond mine slag heaps

Diamond mine slag heaps. Diamond, the hardest known mineral, is a naturally occurring crystalline form of carbon that forms under great pressure. It is mined for its uses in industry and in jewellery. Large amounts of rock have to be excavated to obtain the diamonds, leading to slag heaps like those shown here. Photographed at the Kleinzee diamond mining town, the Northern Cape, South Africa

© Peter Chadwick 2010

THE LARGEST DIAMONDS IN THE WORLD: 1. The English Lottery Diamond. 2. The Great Mogul Featured Print

THE LARGEST DIAMONDS IN THE WORLD: 1. The English Lottery Diamond. 2. The Great Mogul

THE LARGEST DIAMONDS IN THE WORLD: 1. The English Lottery Diamond. 2. The Great Mogul. 3. The Blue Diamond. 4. The Shah of Russia. 5. The Florentine. 6. The Koh-i-Noor, after cutting. 7. The Koh-i-Noor, before cutting. 8. The Pole-star. 9. The Nassak. 10. The Pasha of Egypt. 11. The Sancy Diamond. 12. The Star of the South. 13. The Orloff Diamond. 14 to 71. The Regent and Mazarin diamonds, and various diamonds which have been set in ornaments.; 1887

© Quint Lox Limited

Diamond Featured Print

Diamond

Diamond. Computer artwork representing the molecular structure of diamond, a form of the element carbon. Carbon atoms are shown as blue spheres, linked by rigid bonds. Each carbon atom in a diamond molecule is positioned at the centre of a tetrahedron, linked to four other atoms at the corners of the tetrahedron by strong covalent bonds. This repeating tetrahedral arrangement allows no rotation about the bonds, and so the structure is completely rigid, making diamond the hardest known naturally- occurring material. It is used in industry to tip heavy-duty cutting and drilling equipment and is also a precious gemstone

© Alfred Pasieka/Science Photo Library