Peter Landerloos' green stone

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Peter Landerloos' green stone

Post  Guest on Fri Sep 23, 2011 7:31 pm

I prommised Peter to make a daisa for this little waterfallstone.

The stone stands a little more than 4.5 cm tall in the daisa.
The daisa is carved from mahoghany, in the japanese style..and I hope you like it Peter.....
I know nothing of the stone...where it was found, and so on...please explain Peter.









Kind regards Yvonne

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Re: Peter Landerloos' green stone

Post  landerloos on Fri Sep 23, 2011 8:11 pm

Hi Yvonne me like a lot, this very small stone was found on the beach here in Denmark by my oldest son.
The beach is situated on the north of the island funen, he found it wet and picked up because of the nice dark green (jade) color.
After closer inspection by me I found the waterfall in the stone and asked him kindly Twisted Evil to give me the stone.
I showed it to Yvonne and she offert to make a dai/daiza for me, and I accepted the offer.
Thank you very much Yvonne Very Happy

I dont now the material the stone is made up of, but think it could be a green granit.

Peter

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Re: Peter Landerloos' green stone

Post  Guest on Fri Sep 23, 2011 9:22 pm

Hi Peter

My pleassure.....my gift to you.

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Post  landerloos on Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:31 am

Thank you very much again Yvonne Very Happy

Somebody any idea what the stones made of (could be made of)

Peter

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Re: Peter Landerloos' green stone

Post  Norma on Mon Sep 26, 2011 12:48 pm

Hi Peter,

Your stone reminded me of a mountain stone I have from California, which is serpentine with jade and quartz inclusions. Serpentine is a stone found all over the world but there could also be other stones with such greens. I have a British/ European rock and mineral guide which also discusses chert, jasper,and a mica called muscovite, all with greens.

This is just a guess, of course. I sent a stone I collected in California to our local Science Museum who determined the stone was green chert with calcite streaks. Do you have a local source such as a school or museum that might help you with identification? Also a Danish rock guide might give you some help.

Your son found a wonderful stone, you're very fortunate to have Yvonne carve this excellent daiza !

Kindly,
Norma

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Re: Peter Landerloos' green stone

Post  landerloos on Tue Sep 27, 2011 4:15 am

Hi Norma,

thank you for your input, I will try to find someone here that can help me.

Peter

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Re: Peter Landerloos' green stone

Post  Michael Winther on Wed Oct 05, 2011 4:42 am

Its a real beauty great job Yvonne.


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Re: Peter Landerloos' green stone

Post  Guest on Thu Oct 06, 2011 5:56 am

Hi Michael

Many thanks.....I like to carve the daisas, but there is still a lot to learn Very Happy

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