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Thread: Part3: The Big Return Of Small Rocks

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    Thanks guys!


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    Available:
    2)Mikawa nagura: $75
    3) Aiiwatani: $70
    5)Mikawa, Nagura-to: $90
    6) flawless Ohira Suita Sunashi: $2000
    10) Ohira Uchigumori Hazuya: $40


    ..and I'm adding:

    11) Aizu
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    145*46*29mm

    Very strong shaping power, somewhere about #1000-1500 grit

    $30






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    6) giant Ohira Sunashi 3365g


    https://youtu.be/DYieEcCT4bU

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    That Ohira Sunashi is unbelievable... What a stone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valkyrae View Post
    That Ohira Sunashi is unbelievable... What a stone!
    A little word about this jewel..

    It's very rare to find a flawless Suita in this size. The stone is very fine and gives an elegant finish but much faster than most Suitas, you will get black swarf right from the beginning. The stone is an old heritage stone from the Kyoto stone association.
    Usually Sunashi Suitas are Suitas without Su, they are very rare and sought after and are very fine and fast stones.

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    There's one line so I wouldn't call it entirely flawless

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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmRoyale View Post
    There's one line so I wouldn't call it entirely flawless
    That is a museum grade stone with a lot of heritage, comments like yours about what may be a small benign kesuji line are not appropriate (I normally take exception when someone hypes stuff up with superlatives to sell, this is not happening here). Maybe have a read of bst guidelines before posting, cheers
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    Don't be so serious, it was just a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmRoyale View Post
    Don't be so serious, it was just a joke.
    Maybe it's much funnier in Dutch.

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    Everything is funnier in Dutch

    I would remove post #16 so all of you super sensitive people don't get upset but I can't.


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