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Posted by Heath Barnes  
old post new pics
May 26, 2012 12:13AM
I took these pics in natural bright light, i don't think the vein is mica ? also am i right in thinking this piece contains rose, clear and smoky quarz?

ps if the close ups are as bad for you as they are for me on site ile wipe the pics? as ive said before there is nothing wrong with the close ups else were!



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avatar Re: old post new pics
May 26, 2012 12:27AM
It's milky quartz (if you want to give it a gem name), with some iron staining.
Re: old post new pics
May 26, 2012 03:01PM
Thanks Jolyon are the small ares of clear quartze a result of these parts not being stained?
Re: old post new pics
May 26, 2012 03:14PM
Think these pics were what i whanted to post sorry.
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Re: old post new pics
May 26, 2012 06:58PM
    
Still iron-stained quartz......and as far as the vein is concerned it was mentioned way back that silver is a soft metal and will react like lead to being hammered....
Don
Re: old post new pics
May 26, 2012 09:41PM
Thanks Don but how can clear transparent parts of this piece be stained? also i would rather not know than have to hit this piece with a hammer!
Re: old post new pics
May 26, 2012 10:41PM
    
Heath

You could try soaking it a bucket of water and Super Iron Out (SIO) for a day, that will remove most all the iron stain, but the deepest.
Re: old post new pics
May 26, 2012 11:31PM
Thanks Wayne where would i get S,I,O ?
Re: old post new pics
May 27, 2012 05:46AM
    
Heath
SIO is at most hardware stores, or wal-mart or
SIO.com

KOR
Re: old post new pics
May 27, 2012 08:28PM
Wayne can it be bought in the uk ?
avatar Re: old post new pics
May 28, 2012 09:08AM
The use of this reagent is covered in the article about how to clean quartz;

Rock Currier
Crystals not pistols.
Re: old post new pics
May 28, 2012 09:11PM
Rock Currier Wrote:
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> The use of this reagent is covered in the article
> about how to clean quartz; Thanks for that the link is excellent and i think will help me a lot, as i didn't have a clue how best to clean minerals properly before joining the forum.
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