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AlaskaNick

This is a tusk I prepped a few years ago, sourced from central Alaska. It was in great shape for being a partial, no breaks to repair or even major cracks to fill, all natural besides a little stabilization and polishing to bring out the colors. Really strong vivianite on this one and inside the internal cavity appears to be crystals. It was tricky to get a good photo of them, but see below. I took a few of the inside shots with a UV flashlight as well as just a flash. 

 

Vivianite crystals? 

 

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JBkansas

Not sure this goes under fossil vs fabrication since you prepped it yourself (nice prep, BTW). 

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Moved to Member Collections.

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AlaskaNick

Sorry about the post classification, I'm still learning how to use this forum, thanks for moving it.

 

 

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