Stone sculpture Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

Stone sculpture is the result of forming 3 dimensional visually interesting objects from stone 2 Types of stone used in carving 3 Rough and unfinished statues 4 Gallery 5 See also 6 References 7 External links This can be achieved by hand pads in rough to fine abrasives ranging from 36 grit to 3000 grit

Sharpening stone Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

Sharpening stones water stones or whetstones are used to grind and hone the edges of steel The geology of Japan provided a type of stone which consists of fine silicate particles in a clay matrix somewhat softer than Novaculite As the only part of a diamond plate to wear away is a very thin coating of grit and

Grits Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

Type Porridge Main ingredients Ground corn Variations Hominy grits Yellow speckled grits Other information Southern Food middot Cookbook Grits middot Media Grits Grits with cheese bacon green onion and poached egg Grits properly known as hominy grits is a food made from corn that has been treated with an Traditionally the hominy for grits was ground on a stone mill