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an assortment from Seaford and Newhaven beaches.
a very bright orange/red one & I thought maybe the one onthe torch is carnelian ?
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Dirty Pete
Hi Gerry,
More coloured bits of flint/chert all forms of SiO2 with impurities giving the nice colours.
Carnelian is a red/brown variety of chalcedony which is another form of SiO2.
I see you're on the chalk down there which would be the source of all the flint/chert.
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