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Ocean Jasper

Ocean Jasper

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Orbicular Jasper, commercially known as Ocean Jasper, is a variety of jasper with circular patterns of a wide variety of colors. It is mined in Madagascar, Nebraska, and was recently discovered in Bulgaria. The spherical structures of color are created when needle-like crystals of quartz or feldspar form a radial nucleation site within volcanic rock or ash. 

Please note: this listing is for one specimen, ranging in size from 1.5"-2." Larger sizes will be prioritized first.

 


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