Kansas brown jasper

Rowjimmy
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10:57 PM - Jul 22, 2018 #1

One I did a while back. 
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12:22 AM - Jul 23, 2018 #2

I am a big fan of Smoky Hills Jasper. I’m hoping I ID that one correctly. Regardless, you knocked that one out of the park!!


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2:35 AM - Jul 23, 2018 #3

Thanks, it could be better. Yes, it is called that. Actually the name I niorobara as you see I do not know how to spell it so I call it brown. Best to you
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3:27 AM - Jul 23, 2018 #4

Thats very nice work. At least you didnt turn it into fish tank material. Id call it a win for sure.
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4:17 AM - Jul 23, 2018 #5

That is a beautiful point by anybody's terms.

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11:00 AM - Jul 23, 2018 #6

The kind words are welcome. How come my user name has that green dot? ch
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1:25 PM - Jul 23, 2018 #7

the "kansas brown" blade is nice. i think i have one or two pieces of that material and haven't been willing to use them because i keep waiting until i get better to get the best result from them. 

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3:01 AM - Jul 24, 2018 #8

I had a couple I was saving for that reason, realized I might as well give them away. 
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4:56 AM - Jul 25, 2018 #9

Beautiful work!
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12:46 AM - Jul 27, 2018 #10

Is Niobrara from Nebraska?   Seems there is a watershed named that there.   Flint Hills chert maybe Kay County and further east, Burlington into Missouri?   Nice job regardless of what you call the stone.   Did it need any heat treating or used as is?  I'm from Kansas  originally but don't recall if Smoky Hill runs all the way from Hays, Ft. Wallace to Abiline.    There used to be a Knap In near or on the Maxwell Game Reserve between Lindsborg and Newton.   Is it still going on?   The jasper we find along the Front Range of Colorado is yellowish-tan with black specks.  What you using for percussion, sandstone, antler or copper?
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11:22 AM - Jul 27, 2018 #11

That piece is from northern Ks. Close to the saline. Herd it don't like heat,haven't tried. I use copper. I've seen that yellow with specks in abo campsites. I been to maxwell years back don't know if they still have it. Good day, ch
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9:05 PM - Aug 12, 2018 #12

Seems a common, way to go.
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