In October, we shared Tana Clymer's story.
Clymer named the 3.85-carat canary diamond the "God's Jewel" diamond and was unsure if she's either keep the rock and have it set in a ring, or use it to pay for college.
This week, we know her decision.
Clymer recently told television station KWTC that she sold the diamond for $20,000.
If only paying for college was always that easy.
Crater of Diamonds State Park is the only American diamond-producing site that is open to the public. Bonus: it has a finders-keepers policy.
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We've featured two other impressive finds at the park here:
Last August, a 12-year-old Boy Scout on vacation discovered a 5.16-carat "honey brown diamond" after just 10 minutes of searching.
And last month, a Louisiana man on a family fieldRead More »from Oklahoma teen sells found 3.85-carat canary diamond for $20,000