My stone collection from the philippines

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My stone collection from the philippines

Post  ogie on Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:10 pm

HI EVERYONE!
PLEASE GIVE COMMENT ON MY PICTURE STONE COLLECTION.WILL COME UP WITH MORE BLACK STONE & PICTURE STONE FOR YOUR CRITIC,THANKS
ENJOY!


















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Post  Ka Pabling on Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:27 pm

Congratulations Alex for your succesful posting!
Your stone are realy stunning, I cant wait to see your collection, I will visit you soon

Cheers


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KA PABLING

Post  ogie on Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:30 pm

HELLO PABLING, THANK YOU FOR YOUR REPLY, SEE YOU SOON SIR

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MY STONE COLLECTION

Post  Ka Pabling on Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:35 pm


Do I understand right that all these stones are from the Philippines?

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Post  Ka Pabling on Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:37 pm

I will visit you this weekend and I insist we go stone collecting early next week.


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Re: My stone collection from the philippines

Post  aaapostol_8368 on Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:46 pm

congrats dre you got it santa santa santa for posting your collection... I like first picture "Kissing Shimps" and last picture for me the title is "Thunderstorm on the sea"

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Post  ogie on Sun Sep 12, 2010 2:00 pm

thank dre, will post more but will have better picture
regards


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Post  ogie on Sun Sep 12, 2010 2:03 pm

Ka Pabling wrote:
Do I understand right that all these stones are from the Philippines?
yes very much philippines,
all my stones are local

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Re: My stone collection from the philippines

Post  Mike Jones on Sun Sep 12, 2010 7:56 pm

It is not an area on interest that I am actually into, and often get puzzled by some stones. HOWEVER...These are really nice and I adore the cupped display attachments to the Dai. May I ask if the stones were found in the condition that they are displayed in...apart from being cleaned.

Mike

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Post  ogie on Sun Sep 12, 2010 10:51 pm

Mike Jones wrote:It is not an area on interest that I am actually into, and often get puzzled by some stones. HOWEVER...These are really nice and I adore the cupped display attachments to the Dai. May I ask if the stones were found in the condition that they are displayed in...apart from being cleaned.

Mike
hello there mike, in these particular kind of stone i have to grind the outer skin and polish the stone to bring out the beauty of what i call PICTURE STONE,when in the ground you have to wet the stone to be able to see the true picture,i will post some in the days to come similar type but not polish and clean only with embose picture.by the way mike,i also am into bonsai he! he! to many hobby. tnks for your query and comment, regards, this is ALEX

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Post  ogie on Mon Sep 13, 2010 3:53 am

Mike Jones wrote:It is not an area on interest that I am actually into, and often get puzzled by some stones. HOWEVER...These are really nice and I adore the cupped display attachments to the Dai. May I ask if the stones were found in the condition that they are displayed in...apart from being cleaned.

Mike
hi mike, on my previous answer to you, when i say GRIND AND POLISH,i use cup brush to take out unneccessary dirt and residue then clean it very thoroughly with detergent etc....NO CUTTING OR ALTERATION WAS MADE,these stone are found in brackish water thats why of its round shape.if you have other qustion i will be more than willing to share and answer,thanks and best regards

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Post  Mike Jones on Mon Sep 13, 2010 8:04 am

ogie wrote:
Mike Jones wrote:It is not an area on interest that I am actually into, and often get puzzled by some stones. HOWEVER...These are really nice and I adore the cupped display attachments to the Dai. May I ask if the stones were found in the condition that they are displayed in...apart from being cleaned.

Mike
hi mike, on my previous answer to you, when i say GRIND AND POLISH,i use cup brush to take out unneccessary dirt and residue then clean it very thoroughly with detergent etc....NO CUTTING OR ALTERATION WAS MADE,these stone are found in brackish water thats why of its round shape.if you have other qustion i will be more than willing to share and answer,thanks and best regards

Then in that case they are even better than I first thought. I would so love to have a few of these to show in my Bonsai display area.

Mike

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Post  ogie on Mon Sep 13, 2010 8:55 am

be more than glad and thank you once aegain for your reply

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