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Need help identifying gem type

Posted by Annette Shanley  
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Annette Shanley July 09, 2012 07:16PM
I found this deep green gem in my garden yesterday in the upper peninsula of Michigan. It was worked up to the surface through deep tilling and is very brilliant in color.
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José Zendrera July 09, 2012 09:07PM
Hallo Annete,
Could be a glass slag. With a magnifying glass, look for small bubbles, if there is many bubbles, is a slag.

Jose
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Wayne Corwin July 09, 2012 10:22PM
I agree with jose ,,, glass slag.

Wayne
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