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    Quote Originally Posted by hatzicho View Post
    Well as much as someone can be sure from viewing pictures your stone is a natural combination thuringian hone. The overall appearance and all typical details fit and vote for a thuri.
    I had posted some examples here a while ago:
    Escher loved natural combos!

    Congrats to this wonderful piece.

    Thank you for thatlink. Some nice thuris

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    Well I just happened to have received a two toned Thuringian myself.Name:  20150702_150147.jpg
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    Im just getting acquainted with it.
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    Yeah nice Bout!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by doorsch View Post
    Yes they are around ;-) dont cleant or flat to much, due to probably relevant traces like sawmarks or the side where the label may have been glued in the past....flat the working side and probably the one you already made looking flat for showing, nothing more needed...also leave the backing like it is...

    My haven't flattened anything yet? I just wiped the side with my wet finger to help see the contrast. Should I not touch it at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeinri View Post
    My haven't flattened anything yet? I just wiped the side with my wet finger to help see the contrast. Should I not touch it at all?
    Lap it on the working surface create a light chamfering thats all needed....then try out the stone...
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    A natural 2 toned that I have. Had up in the classifieds for a couple weeks. It's a thinner 5 7/8"x1".
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