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Burnt zebra?


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1 hour ago, boris64 said:

With silver adventurine ? Not black silver

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Peltier's aventurine is silver-ish while others may be black-ish too green-ish. I would not consider this "Burnt" rather; it's blending thinner over the white.

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The opinions on being a Bronze zebra seems to vary widely, the one I'm showing pix of has some bronze colored av in it as yours looks to also, as well as what appears to be blue and silver. THe ribbons in the one I'm showing aren't really black, more of a coffee color, so is it a bronze zebra ?? I agree w/ Jeff on yours being a simple overlapping of the black ribbons onto the white base giving a "burnt" look.

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34 minutes ago, Chad G. said:

I agree w/ Jeff on yours being a simple overlapping of the black ribbons onto the white base giving a "burnt" look.

I agree with all of the above.

We all try to stretch our marbles into something that they are not.

All are guilty here at "The Marble Connection" without a doubt--everyone that has ever posted and that is saying alot-- a whole lot.

This is why we post a question.

The OP is a very nice marble imho.

Keep them coming!

Marble--On!!

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