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Islander

New Member
Hi all!
This is my small coticule, a natural combo, I think?
I have also a slurry stone but with slate backing, I´m pretty sure.
Would appreciate any help trying to figure this one out...
What I´ve noticed so far is that it seems to take a while making slurry and it feels wuite hard, almost like glass.
I haven´t any other to compare so any info on what to expect or not would be great. B)

And sorry for the crappy photos, BTW....:cry:

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Emmanuel

Well-Known Member
You well come in coticule.be my friend.I cant see clearly the sides.It shows like La Dressante without prejudice.
Best regards
Emmanuel
 

torbenbp

Well-Known Member
I would go for a La Grosse Jaune as - though hard to determine by the pictures - it looks excatly like the one I have.In fact it looks like it`s twin sister !

A very small image but check this out:

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Torbs
 

Bart

Well-Known Member
Welcome to Coticule.be.

Without better focussed pictures, I really can't recognize the layer of this stone.

Based on your description and on how the surface looks, Could you please check for a series of faint blue lines running parallel with the separation line, at the side of the hone. If you see those, the stone is beyond doubt a La Nouvelle Veine, slow side of that layer.

Kind regards,
Bart.
 
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