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Posted in response to how to dye rocks from nathan lange on February 22, 2012 at 00:05:07:

Re: how to dye rocks

The information you require is in a paperback book called "The art of Gem Cutting" by Dr H C Dake published in 1963 by Gembooks of Mentone California. It doesn't appear to have an ISBN and I doubt its still in print. Your local library may be able to get a copy in or you local lapidary club may have it in their library.

From PaulS - March 12, 2012 at 01:11:15
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