Turners Select Leopard Jasper Stone Insert

Turners Select Leopard Jasper Stone Insert
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    Turners Select Leopard Jasper Stone Insert

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      Enhance any bottle stopper, box or turned project with a beautiful Natural Stone Insert. These fully polished stone cabochons feature a domed top and flat bottom so they sit perfectly in any turned recess. With over ten stone varieties to choose from your design options are endless.
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    Love it

    Comments On Nov 07, 2013:Put this cabachon on the end of a bottle stopper and it's a beauty. People love the contrast of wood and stone.

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    Nice, but not exactly leopard jasper

    Comments On Mar 18, 2013:I ordered two cabs of leopard jasper in 2 different sizes (1" and 1 3/16"). Both look very nice, but the smaller one is not leopard jasper. It is actually fossiliferous limestone. The round objects in the limestone are segments of crinoid stems.
    Mind you, as a geologist, I don't object to this. As a matter of fact, I'd like to get more. But I thought that users should know what they might be getting.

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