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Warden Point Flint with Red Staining

Warden Point Red Flint

It was one of those ‘woah’ moments.  Cutting a rock is rather stressful.  The noise level is extreme, water, mud and grit spray everywhere (mostly into my hair and goggles) – and then eventually the rock comes apart into two halves and, through the blur of mud and dripping hair, you finally catch a glimpse of what is inside – the first person ever to see it.  And so often, it is just a basic flint.  Lovely, but even so, I have cut plenty of them!  But this time I almost dropped it.  The stomach sinks in amazement . . .

I think you will agree that this is stretching the use of the word ‘ordinary’ that I always apply to these things.




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