Can anyone tell me about the stone made from St Helena ash? The
hardness, whether it is cuttable or not? thank you Bob Goll
Mt. St. Helens glass is a farce. I say this because I know the
two men that produced it. I did a considerable amount of work for
both of them. They took the silica rich ash and had it refined,
then added green coloring and had things made from it (overseas).
It sold well. The two men disagreed later on and split up, now
both are retired.
Yes it is cuttable. It is just normal, ordinary, glass.
Jeffrey Everett, jewelry craftsman
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