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    Again to add my thinking here you can rule out a La Lune in the Terms we talk about the Purple Or blue metallic Razor hones, because they have a proper identification...

    FGBC also sold a variety of stones under their La Lune Trademark, so it sure could be that you have seen an identical stone like yours with the La Lune Trademark.

    If you could add a daylight picture iam sure it would be easier to get an ID.
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    Apart from the grease on the surface, it does sort of look like something from Saurat to me...
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    Below are some stones I have in the order they appear, left to right: Grey La Lune (as opposed to purple), Special Stone and Pyrenees. Please also see their reverse sides appearing respectively bottom to top in the second picture.

    The third picture is a section of the Pyrenees and you will note it sides are different shades, with a bisecting orange line.

    IMHO your stone looks very much like my Pyrenees, also in a similar shape and thickness. Perhaps they were mined this way. The Special Stone and La Lune have a bluer tone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by doorsch View Post
    Again to add my thinking here you can rule out a La Lune in the Terms we talk about the Purple Or blue metallic Razor hones, because they have a proper identification...

    FGBC also sold a variety of stones under their La Lune Trademark, so it sure could be that you have seen an identical stone like yours with the La Lune Trademark.

    If you could add a daylight picture iam sure it would be easier to get an ID.
    i totally forgot. going to take few pics tomorrow

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    here some pictures in day light. i cleaned it with a sponge. on one side (the side with a damaged point) there is sill brown spot. so maybe i wa my fault to say it's not saturat. all the way, i don't know what it is exactly


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    Pierre aiguiser a Menuiser genre Levant, origin is Pierre Naturelle de Saurat....

    http://rasoir-sabre.com/fr/pierre-ai...menuisier.html

    Iam quite sure its one of those....actually the stones were historically sold from FGBC and also before Mr. Soucille took over the Business
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    Quote Originally Posted by doorsch View Post
    Pierre aiguiser a Menuiser genre Levant, origin is Pierre Naturelle de Saurat....

    Pierre des pyrénées spéciale menuisier type levant

    Iam quite sure its one of those....actually the stones were historically sold from FGBC and also before Mr. Soucille took over the Business
    thanks a lot. wwould you know its' grit? i think i will use it for my knifes

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    thanks bronto

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