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More millstone pictures. Good ideas.

Posted by kobold Vancouver BC (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 15, 05 at 2:39

Try www.mgacaststone.com


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RE: More millstone pictures. Good ideas.

Thanks Kobold for the site...They have great ideas for their Mill stones...deb


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RE: More millstone pictures. Good ideas.

Some good pics here

Here is a link that might be useful: Millstones


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Love the pics of the old, lichen encrusted ones! And the ones with ridges -to better catch the grain for grinding, I guess.

thanks for the links!


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What do you use millstones for....


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Clairdo2: Millstones can be used for garden or lawn art.....as well as water fountains..table tops....all sorts of things


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MyBack, I like those ideas for other uses for millstones! I was thinking if someone used it as a seat or table, that some kind of on-theme sculpted bases would be lovely. Like sheaves of wheat or cornstalks. Might be a tad tricky to sculpt but wouldn't that look nice together?

Marly


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RE: More millstone pictures. Good ideas.

Marly that would be an awesome looking table or seat.

Your just the person to sculpt that as well....you do such a fabulous job on all your sculptures.

I can picture it now..all the cornstocks or wheat sheaves rising up..like a bouquet(with the stems tied in the middle) to join up to the base of the mill wheel..

I dare ya...:)

Circular and straight...very new and very now forms to-gether..I like that


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