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Posted in response to Re: Re: Stone that I can't identify... from Lyz on January 22, 2012 at 02:45:18:

Re: Re: Re: Stone that I can't identify...

Lyz, There's always the possibility that it may be an agate of some type/origin. The sky is the limit with agates. As for the finish, that all depends on how far the polish has been taken. I have to say I really wish I had bought that crystal from the lady that day. She just didn't know what to do with it. With the colors of that crystal it would have made many nice cabs. If my memory serves me right she said she had found it in North Carolina somewhere. I agree that a photo, in focus, might help to identity.

From Ward - January 23, 2012 at 03:27:12

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