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PostPosted: Apr 20, 2019 17:50    Post subject: Anyone has a tumbler?  

Hi, I have two pieces of rough malachite I'd like to tumble. If somebody is planning to tumble stones may I join my two specimens? I will pay for the service. Thank you.
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PostPosted: Apr 20, 2019 19:40    Post subject: Re: Anyone has a tumbler?  

Reread the rules and go contact a local lapidary club. Dont continue this thread. Just dont.
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PostPosted: Apr 20, 2019 23:27    Post subject: Re: Anyone has a tumbler?  

SteveB wrote:
Reread the rules and go contact a local lapidary club. Dont continue this thread. Just dont.


Just for information. This request is against which rule?
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PostPosted: Apr 21, 2019 00:59    Post subject: Re: Anyone has a tumbler?  

This Forum is about natural stones - not polished, not tumbled, not set jewelry or cut stones, not man-made or altered stones, etc. There are very few exceptions if they somehow fit in with how that stone would be better understood as/when it was natural. There are other forums for those who like to take nature and 'alter' it to the will/artistic desires of humans. I like my minerals natural, and I think that IS what this Forum is about. And yes, somewhere, that is stated formally.
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PostPosted: Apr 21, 2019 07:57    Post subject: Re: Anyone has a tumbler?  

Peter Lemkin wrote:
This Forum is about natural stones - not polished, not tumbled, not set jewelry or cut stones, not man-made or altered stones, etc. There are very few exceptions if they somehow fit in with how that stone would be better understood as/when it was natural. There are other forums for those who like to take nature and 'alter' it to the will/artistic desires of humans. I like my minerals natural, and I think that IS what this Forum is about. And yes, somewhere, that is stated formally.


Got it. Thank you.
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PostPosted: Apr 21, 2019 08:25    Post subject: Re: Anyone has a tumbler?  

bontix77 wrote:
Peter Lemkin wrote:
This Forum is about natural minerals - not polished, not tumbled, not set jewelry nor cut stones, not man-made or altered stones, etc. There are a very few exceptions if they somehow fit in with how that stone would be better understood when it was natural. There are other forums for those who like to take nature and 'alter' it to the artistic desires of humans. I like my minerals natural, and I think that IS what this Forum is 99% about. And yes, somewhere, that is stated formally.


Got it. Thank you.


No offense meant. Just not a topic for this forum.
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