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The Elusive Tam O’Shanter Hone… Mourning the Loss… Seeking a Substitute.
Many years before I ever saw one, I had heard of the mystical Tam O’Shanter Hones (also called Water of Ayr Stones, Snake Stones, or simply Scotch Stones). Touted by old hands in the jewelry business as the best no-fuss … Continue reading
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