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Turquoise pebble, made by tumbling the rough rock in a rotating drum with abrasive. The process takes many hours. Picture made without a camera by laying the carving on a flat bed scanner. Picture released to the public domain by Adrian Pingstone in May 2003.

14:30, 12 May 2003 . . Arpingstone (21574 bytes) (Turquoise pebble)

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Deutsch: Türkis (Mineral)
English: Turquoise
Español: Turquesa
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Português: Turquesa
Român?: Turcoaz (mineral)

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