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    Senior Member Brontosaurus's Avatar
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    Beautiful stone. Yes, it does look like a coticule. Thanks for following up with the cleaned-up pictures.
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    La Dressante Upper Layer... probably.
    And it's almost 20mm thick, not 18mm
    Last edited by TurtlePL; 10-15-2021 at 12:06 AM. Reason: Thickness
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    Ardennes binds cotis to a BBW or slate base because the coti is fragile. I’ve also seen cotis glued to a wood base.

    You might consider doing something similar to protect the integrity of that beautiful stone.
    David
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