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What punctuation is correct for this sentence? Comma or Semi-Colon?

But these weren’t simply mashed; they were formed delicately by my mother’s hands

But these weren’t simply mashed, they were formed delicately by my mother’s hands

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    There are 2 independent clauses here. You need a semicolon, or it'll be a run-on.

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