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  1. Here's an example of some of his work. Decent work, in my opinion.
  2. A couple of those look very much like John Hammon-Miller's work. Here's a link to a J. Hammon-Miller gallery from JoeMarble's wonderful archive of marble pictures. https://joemarbles.marbleconnection.com/1Marble Picture Pages/23Contemporary/John Hamon-Miller/John Hamon-Miller 001/John Hamon-Miller 1.html
  3. Definitely Akro.. I have one exactly like it. And I agree, you should give the black glass a closer look in nice sunlight as it quite possibly/probably is full of aventurine!
  4. Right on. Thanks for the confirmation! Had a feeling it was a less common Rainbo. Cheers!
  5. This one has managed to evade my attention every time I've gone tilling thru my marbles in the eternal struggle for perfect organization .. Heh. Anyways, finally took notice of it because it seems kinda like an odd coloring for a Rainbo. So yeah, any thoughts? Thanks for looking!
  6. Right on. I've had them both for some time but for some reason never noticed that they were anything even close to corkscrew patterned until just the other day. Thanks for the confirmation. 😁
  7. Ah.. I see. Thanks for the correction, and the subsequent knowledge that comes with it. 🙂
  8. I wasn't able to get the fire captured in a pic very well on those two, but it's certainly there. 😃
  9. Though I'm on the fence with these two..
  10. What'ch'all think..? (wow that is so much harder to type than it is to say)
  11. These are both the same marble... Was just too cool looking to filter it down to just 6 or so pics.. Heh.
  12. Not quite 100% on this on actually...
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