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Fancy Jasper

485 Fancy Jasper – 12g & 25x23x13mm – Fancy Jasper stones are multicolored, including shades of green, brown, purple, red, yellow and white. Jasper is an aggregate of micro-granular Quartz and/or Chalcedony and other mineral phases. 8 more words

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481 Mookaite – 37g & 25x25x28mm – is an Australian Jasper which comes from Mooka Creek in the Kennedy Ranges of Western Australia. It is a variety of Chalcedony, which is a micro-crystalline variety of Quartz.

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Yellow Agate

482 Yellow Agate – 34g & 45x20x20mm – is a variety of Chalcedony, which is a variety of microcrystalline fibrous Quartz. The colour is due to minute quantities of various elements; and the banding is due to the gradual cooling of the Silica.

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Apricot Agate

451 Apricot Agate – 13g & 28x26x10mm – is a variety of Chalcedony, which is a variety of microcrystalline fibrous Quartz. The colour is due to minute quantities of various elements; and the banding is due to the gradual cooling of the Silica. 10 more words

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Red Jasper

346 Red Jasper – 24g & 35x22x24mm – is an aggregate of micro-granular Quartz and/or Chalcedony and other mineral phases, is an opaque, impure variety of Silica, usually red, yellow, brown or green in color; and rarely blue. 9 more words

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Silver Leaf Jasper

324 Silver Leaf Jasper – 20g – Jasper is an opaque variety of Chalcedony, which is a variety of microcrystalline fibrous Quartz. The colour is due to minute quantities of various elements; and Jaspers are in every colour and variation.

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Leopardskin Jasper

419 Leopardskin Jasper – 14g & 32x25x15mm – also called Jaguar Stone is Orbicular Jasper, usually in dominant shades of green or orange, with dark leopard-like banding and glassy inclusions. 21 more words

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