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    Quote Originally Posted by adrspach View Post
    To me it does not look as neither LI or TOS. Sorry can not help more at present what colour is slury?
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    the colour of the slurry is pale gray.

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    Then I would not be surprised taht you are in right link for Thuri. Test it onn razor and shave which will give you more information.

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    Wow

    i have never seen such nice Thurinigans ;-)

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    Absolutely beautiful.
    It is easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled. Twain

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    They are indeed beautiful thank you for sharing. Do they change color from incandescent light to sunlight similar to some gemstones? I like the term “cloudy thuringians”, please just don’t call them “hybrids” LOL.
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    Those colours which I would not normaly call exciting can have different meaning on hone.

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    [QUOTE=MODINE;1104588]They are indeed beautiful thank you for sharing. Do they change color from incandescent light to sunlight similar to some gemstones? I like the term “cloudy thuringians”, please just don’t call them “hybrids” LOL.
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    They do change colour with different light, but the more interesting thing is indeed the depht effect that you have looking on the stone. The stains and the cords change size, colour and dimension with the viewing angle.
    So you really feel that you are looking into the stone and not on the surface like looking on a 3 dimensional picture. But it is impossible to show this in the pictures.
    Last edited by hatzicho; 02-06-2013 at 04:26 PM.
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    Name:  CAM00020.jpg
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Size:  22.3 KBHere's another rainbow colored Thuringian beauty:
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    Great one! What size does it have?

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    This one is 6 X 2 X 3/4 and it is the smoothes one I have, fast slurry and super finisher!

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