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There is one block in Minecraft that reliably quickens breath whenever you see it. One block that elicits little whoop! Of joy when you lay eyes on it, and longest of noooooooooooo s when it falls into the lava. Yes, you guess it-it's diamond Ore! The ultimate endgame resource, diamond Ore, is one of the most valuable and hard-to-locate blocks in Minecraft. It's found right at the bottom of the world, below Y-level 16, in veins of one to ten blocks that give experience when you mine them. Each drops single diamond, unless you have picked enchant with Fortune, in which case there's chance you'll get more. How fortunate! Diamonds were added to the game by Notch on 29 January 2010 in version 0. 31, making them the same age as bows, bowls, and crafting tables. When first add, diamond was actually emerald-but it was changed to diamond the following day. Here's fun fact. Real-world diamonds and coal are, chemically speaking, the same thing-they're both made of carbon. But before you run around throwing coal at your bills and shouting, look at all my Diamonds! You should probably understand that they're physically very different. Carbon atoms in diamond are arranged into a very rigid structure, called lattice, which gives it exceptional strength and hardness. Atoms in coal, on the other hand, are bit all over the place, making it not as strong. So, I hear you ask-rubbing your hands with glee at your new get-rich-quick scheme, how do you turn one into other? Well, I'm afraid to say that the answer is with great difficulty. You need to bring carbon up to incredibly high temperatures and pressures, kind that are only found 150km below Earth's crust. They're then brought up to the surface by volcanoes. It is possible to do it in the lab, but until fairly recently it was cheaper and easier to just dig them out of the ground instead. You're probably just better off painting your coal and selling it to naive idiots as Diamonds.

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Obtaining diamonds

Diamonds can be obtained from Diamond Ore, rare find found at about ~0. 0846 % Of blocks in levels 5-16. Diamond can be found anywhere beneath layer 16, but is most common in layers 5-12. Most players find it through caving or mining. Player needs iron, diamond, or a Netherite Pickaxe to mine diamonds. Although it may be tempting to use stone tools for digging to save the durability of iron tools, remember that Diamond Ore does not drop diamonds when mine with wood, stone, or gold Pickaxe. Use iron Pickaxe at these low levels for anything that looks unusual. Players need a supply of torches and wood for more sticks. When caving, players should take the usual supplies for that, especially armor and weapons.

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Overview

Table

ShapeWeightColorClarityPolishSymmetryFluorescenceMeasurements
Round1.00HI1EXVGNone6.386.453.97
Round1.01HVS2VGVGMedium Blue6.366.403.99

Immediately after mining block, player acquires a diamond, rather than ore itself. If it is the first time that player gets a diamond, then the player will earn achieved diamonds!. Diamonds can be used to make very strong tools and durable armor. However, diamonds are quite hard to find and are usually located from Y = 2 to Y = 15. To mine Diamond ore, player will need iron, diamond, or a Netherite pickaxe. To obtain Diamond ore block, it must be mine with an iron pickaxe or higher with Silk Touch enchantment on it. Often, players will encounter underground dungeons while mining and can loot chests to find diamonds and other ores.

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Trivia

Advancements

IconAdvancementIn-game descriptionParentActual requirements (if different)Namespaced ID
Diamonds!Acquire diamondsIsn't It Iron PickHave a diamond in your inventory.story/mine_diamond

Bright, sparkling Diamonds-incredible stones with the ability to disperse light in the most incredible way imaginable-form in complete darkness, deep underground. Almost all natural Diamonds are formed at depths between 140 and 190 kilometers underground, inside the planets ' lithospheric mantle layer. When magma from deep volcanic eruptions makes its way toward Earth's surface, it sometimes carries diamonds with it. These diamonds are hidden inside igneous rocks that form when magma cools. The oldest diamonds ever discovered are estimated to be over 4 billion years old, but most are closer to 1 billion to 3. 3 billion years old. Other Ancient materials are transported up volcanic pipes that bring Diamonds into miners ' reach: fossils, wood, and surface rock often circulate inside these pipes during periods of eruption. But prospectors do look for these items; instead, they watch for indicator minerals such as garnets, olivine, and magnetite. One of the most interesting facts about diamonds is that some may have formed in the interstellar environment. Carbonado Diamonds, mostly Find in Africa and South America, are believed to have been deposited by an asteroid that impacted Earth approximately 3 billion years ago. You will probably find carbonado Diamond mount in engagement ring: these stones are unique; however, they contain high levels of graphite and are quite porous. Some carbonado diamonds are suitable for cutting and polishing into black diamond jewelry, which make an interesting addition to any collection. While cutting is a complex procedure, diamonds are brittle and when positioned just right, can be split with a single, well-place blow. Dont worry about breaking diamonds in your jewelry, though: It takes special knowledge and analysis of stone's internal crystal structure to split diamonds into smaller sections. Keep another one of those important facts about diamonds in mind if youre ever concerned about bumping your favorite jewelry: Diamonds are just the hardest of all substances-theyre actually 58 times harder than any other natural material. If you ever find yourself in Arkansas, consider heading for Murfreesboro. The town is home to Crater of Diamonds State Park, where it is possible to search for your own Diamond. Nickname Worlds Only Keep What You Find Diamond Site, It is also the eighth largest known Diamond-bearing volcanic Crater on the planet, and an excellent source of white, brown, and yellow diamonds, site is also home to amethysts, garnets, and other important stones, making for a very exciting adventure-even if you do dig up Diamond. In case youre curious, quite a few large diamonds have been Find here. The most impressive-and largest diamond ever discovered in the United States-was Uncle Sam Diamond, white diamond weighing 40. 23 carats. It was Find in 1924.

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Bedrock Edition :

NameNamespaced IDNumeric IDTranslation key
Diamonddiamond264item.diamond.name

Crafting

IngredientsCrafting recipe
Block of Diamond9

Crafting ingredient

NameIngredientsCrafting recipeDescription
Block of DiamondDiamond
Diamond AxeDiamond + StickThe axe's material can be placed either to the left or the right of the sticks.
Diamond BootsDiamond
Diamond ChestplateDiamond
Diamond HelmetDiamond
Diamond HoeDiamond + Stick
Diamond LeggingsDiamond
Diamond PickaxeDiamond + Stick
Diamond ShovelDiamond + Stick
Diamond SwordDiamond + Stick
Enchanting TableBook + Diamond + Obsidian
Firework StarGunpowder + Matching Dye + Head or Gold Nugget or Feather or Fire Charge + Glowstone Dust + DiamondUp to eight dyes can be added. One head, gold nugget, feather, or fire charge can be added. Both the diamond and the glowstone dust can be added with any of the other ingredients.
JukeboxAny Planks + Diamond
White Firework Star or Blue Firework Star or Brown Firework Star or Black Firework StarGunpowder + Bone Meal or Lapis Lazuli or Cocoa Beans or Ink Sac + Head or Gold Nugget or Feather or Fire Charge + Glowstone Dust + DiamondUp to eight dyes can be added. One head, gold nugget, feather, or fire charge can be added. Both the diamond and the glowstone dust can be added with any of the other ingredients.

Cullinan 1, The Star of Africa Diamond

Weight530.2ct polished
Discovered1895
OriginZandfontein Farm, South Africa
ShapePear Shape Brilliant

Java Edition :

NameNamespaced IDItem tags ( JE )Translation key
Diamonddiamondbeacon_payment_itemsitem.minecraft.diamond

Smelting

NameIngredientsSmelting recipe
DiamondDiamond Ore + Any fuel1

Smelting ingredient

NameIngredientsSmelting recipe
DiamondDiamond Ore + Any fuel1

Table

BlockDiamond Ore
Hardness3
Default15
Wooden7.5
Stone3.75
Iron0.75
Diamond0.6
Netherite0.5
Golden1.25

Table10

Weight245.35ct polished, 650.80ct rough
ClarityVVS2
OriginFree State, South Africa
ShapeCushion Cut
ColorE

Table2

Weight:45.52ct polished
Discovered:Unknown
Origin:Unknown, but believed to originate from the southern region of India
Shape:Oval Brilliant
Color:Dark Blue

Table3

Weight273.85ct polished, 599ct rough
Discovered17 July 1986
OriginPremier Mine, South Africa
ShapePear
ColorGrade D colorless

Table4

Weight10.73ct polished, one of two diamonds cut from 21.25ct of rough
Discovered1867
OriginOrange River, Hopetown, South Africa
ShapeOval Brilliant
ColorYellow

Table5

Weight407.48ct polished, 890ct rough
Discovered1984
OriginMbuji Mayi District, Democratic Republic of Congo
ShapeTriolette
ColorYellow

Table6

Weight234.65ct
OriginDe Beers Mine, Kimberley South Africa

Table7

Weight137.02ct polished, 353.9ct rough
OriginPremier Mine, South Africa
ColorD
ClarityFlawless
ShapePear Shape

Table8

Weight137.02ct polished, 353.9ct rough
OriginPremier Mine, South Africa
ColorD
ClarityFlawless
ShapePear Shape

Table9

Weight128.54ct polished, 287.42ct rough
OriginKimberley, South Africa
ColorYellow
ShapeCushion Cut

The Cullinan

Weight3106ct rough
Discovered26 January 1905
OriginThe Premier Mine, Transvaal, South Africa

The Excelsior Diamond

Weight995.2ct rough
Discovered30 June 1893
OriginJagersfontein Mine, South Africa
ColorBlue-white

The Golden Jubilee Diamond

Weight545.67ct polished
Discovered1985
OriginThe Premier Mine, South Africa
ShapeCushion Cut
ColorYellow-brown

The Kimberley Daimond

Weight55.09ct polished (previously 70ct polished)
OriginKimberley, South Africa
CutStep Cut

The Koh-I-Noor Diamond

Weight108.93ct rough
OriginIndia
ShapeBrilliant Cut
ColorUnrecorded
ClarityUnrecorded

The Niarchos Diamond

Weight128.25ct polished, 426.5ct rough
ShapePear Cut

The Star of Sierra Leone Diamond

Weight968.90ct rough
Discovered14 February 1972
OriginYengeme, Sierra Leone

The Taylor Burton Diamond

Weight69.42ct polished, 240.80ct rough
OriginThe Premier Mine, South Africa
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