Curling :: Stone/specific stone :: Granite/tributary View Visualisation
Ailsyte Source: SND (supp)
A variety of riebeckite microgranite, now called paisanite, used esp. for curling stones.
Burnock Source: SND (supp)
The name of a tributary of the Lugar Water in Ayr. from which curling stones are obtained.
Crawfordjohn Source: SND
A kind of granite, very dark in colour, from which curling stones are made.
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