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Cutting Horse Creek Chert

I am hoping someone out there may know where I may be able to have about twenty five pounds of rare Horse Creek Chert cobbles that I was fortunate to get from a gatherer from Tennesee, slab cut into pieces to be flint knapped, this is a beautiful chert with pipestone red, yellow and black patterns throughout, and due to it's ever increasing scarcity, I need to see about getting this sliced some how as to minimize any waste. Any one with a saw who may be able to give me an idea as to how much it would be to have some sawn, would be of great help, I have been holding this stone until my skills are good enough to work this beautiful stone, am hoping to hear from some one on this need. thanks very much

From ed gailor - May 20, 2008 at 08:09:37
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