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Specimen trimming, tips and techniques
Denise
post Aug 31 2007, 07:32 AM
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Ok.....I have several specimens that need some trimming to help make them look more presentable. Any tips on how to do that? mellow.gif

I know Im no "Collectors Edge", but I like to do things myself If I can....hehe
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Denise
post Sep 12 2007, 07:20 AM
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This specimen is very cool, and was a blast to find! It has a big smokey quartz crystal, Microcline and Hematite after Siderite. happy.gif
As you can see, there was another big smokey quartz (on the left) next to that one, but it broke off. sad.gif This one definately needs some work.

Would love some feed back on trimming ideas if anyone has any.
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