Occasionally we will drop or damage a “semi precious” stone, and
find the stone is salvageable, though smaller. Of course the stone
never breaks leaving a straight line so we cut it straight edge
using a diamond blade on a tile cutting wet saw. The saw leaves a
reasonably smooth edge but does not match the high shine on the rest
of the stone.
Is there a process whereby we don’t have to buy any more equipment
to polish the sharp edges and bring the edge up to a high shine? We
have a Foredom tool and many abrasive wheels.
I’m sure the question will be what stones? All I can say is that
there are a tremendous variety and hardnesses.
Would appreciate your advice,