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This whitish solid material is found in all types of carvings in shui jing, I believe is melted soil or rock picked up by the molten glass in transit to its final resting place

A recently cut slice photographed in a shop in Beijing in 2010


Same in close-up
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Red C-dragon


Red plaque photographed in Beijing market in 2016


Cobalt blue turtle. A small fragment left to record its origin?


Opalescent glass figure on a cicada


Close-up of one of the white inclusions on the cicada (there is another over the ear)



And I have many more examples. If you have any other explanation please let me know. Likewise if you can put me in contact with a friendly research laboratory for mineral analysis and TL testing of this material which might help date the glass, and therefore the impact.

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Furthere examples of the ubiquity of encased soil melt 368 drdavidanderson 05-Feb-18 21:55
Re: Further examples of the ubiquity of encased soil melt 183 drdavidanderson 06-Feb-18 20:42


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