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  1. This the reason why many of us are hesitant to share our work.
  2. Softer alabaster will be easier to turn than hard. Stone with a consistent hardness, without inclusions, will be easier also but using solid material without fractures is mandatory. Alabaster without defects will have a clear ring to it when struck with a steel hammer, fractured stone will have a hollow sound. Stan at Colorado Alabaster has a lifetime of experience with the material and has always been friendly and helpful to me. http://www.coloradoalabaster.com/
  3. Clever use of the limitations and strengths of the material. You'll be able to rattle in some very small deer.
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