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Old June 16th, 2016, 12:59 AM   #19
David Katz
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David,

I was referring to most of the images in frame #1 (tomato red), the second last in frame #1 showing the horizontal stripes in a vertical position (middle shade), and frames 9 and 13 (top shot) for the liver tone. I like all of them; I'm just wondering what the effect is in real life.

Rich
Hi Rich,

There is no tomato red in the Ali Eli juval; it must be a monitor issue. The ground color is the cinnamon brown typical of many older Turkmen pieces (some of the close-up images were taken with artificial lighting, which may have produced some distortion).

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David
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