Diamond Grove Mines

Welcome to Diamond Grove Mines Ltd.

Introduction

Diamond Grove Mines is a junior diamond exploration company with an early-stage Stargrove project meriting a systematic exploration program. Diamond mineralization is confined predominately to polymictic conglomerate units interpreted as paleo placer debris flows. A total of 23 drill holes for 5,392 metres have been completed between 2007 and 2009. Drill core samples from the main conglomerate on the Stargrove Project subjected to caustic fusion have yielded diamond counts in the range of 0.5 stones per tonne to 2.0 stones per tonne. Commercial sized diamonds were found including white diamonds and various different colored diamonds including , blue, yellow , pink, brown and yellow.

Stargrove Property

The project is located in northern Ontario, approximately 15 kms northeast of the town of Wawa consisting of mining claims totalling approximately 1,208 hectors. The property is easily accessible by two wheel drive vehicles along the old Algoma Central Railway right of way.

Phase One Objective

Exploration work conducted to date has partially defined a significant diamond bearing zone. The Stargrove Property is considered to be an early stage exploration project meriting a systematic exploration program. A first phase program is warranted consisting of re-sampling surface sites and drill core (if possible), geological mapping to advance the understanding of the nature and origin of the diamondiferous conglomerate and confirmation drilling.

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