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Ultimate Site Sieve!
#1
Past Horizons have struck up another excellent friendship with this family run business in the UK.

They have engineered the ultimate Archaeology site sieve.

http://finelimitwelding.moonfruit.com/#/...4533205768

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see it in action here:
http://ggat.wordpress.com/2010/06/17/oys...nds/sieve/

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If you contact them, and mention Past Horizons - then they will see about giving you a deal on a hand-made unique, robust. portable, tough and simply gorgeous site sieve.

This means no more bad backs, and a comfortable process of finds sieving, with a barrow to take away the loose! WOW!

Amazing! Quality costs, but quality counts! that's the Past Horizons motto, which is why we just want to tell you about them!

Love Archaeology? Love your Sieve!
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#2
finelimitwelding@blueyonder.co.uk

Tel: 01268 725988
in case you wonder.. Smile
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#3
I've always found sieving a bit of a strain.
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#4
Nothing 'round here ever goes through seives, especially 'dry' (until the mesh gives way) - Seedygirl can vouch for that, spends half her life trying to poke tub-shaped bricks of hardened clay through a siraf Sad


Looks like good kit though :face-approve:
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#5
Yeah they did say that solid lumps of clay would not be good Smile

Am actually investing in one myself... perfect for sites and fieldschools

It is an investment, at just over 500 squid. but then... pay the price it's worth I say!
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#6
Oh... Mr Cartoon.... I feel you should be ashamed of that joke :face-confused:

take it out into the garden and shoot it!
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#7
Are you suggesting I should riddle it with bullets?
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#8
BAJR Wrote:Yeah they did say that solid lumps of clay would not be good Smile

Am actually investing in one myself... perfect for sites and fieldschools

It is an investment, at just over 500 squid. but then... pay the price it's worth I say!

Dare I hope and dream and such an investment be ready at say the end of March? You know, cause pineapples don't sive themselves.
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#9
I want a pineapple house, definitely on my archaeological bucket list, just below 'helmet' Cool
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#10
Dinosaur Wrote:I want a pineapple house, definitely on my archaeological bucket list, just below 'helmet' Cool

Like this? http://www.landmarktrust.org.uk/search-a...pple-10726

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