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Jasper is an opaque variety of Chalcedony, and is usually associated with brown, yellow, or reddish colors, but may be used to describe other opaque colors of Chalcedony such as dark or mottled green, orange, and black. Jasper is almost always multicolored, with unique color patterns and habits.

Jasper is generally an inexpensive gemstone when used in jewelry. It is cut and polished into cabochons, and used as beads for necklaces and bracelets. It is also carved into cameos which can be worn as pendants.


Imperial Jasper

The imperial stone belongs to the yellow wax stone, also known as the emperor stone's gorgeous life like a mystery. It is called the stone for protecting evil spirits, especially when traveling, and it also contains the power of blessing. Emperor Stone contains the power of blessing, protects love and friendship, and can bring happiness and success to lovers. Each imperial stone has a unique pattern and color, and it is impossible to make exactly the same treasure when making jewelry. The colors are mainly red, blue, green and purple.

Picture Jasper

The picture stone is the landscape stone, which is a kind of felsic sandstone. The natural landscape stone itself has a painting-like grain shape, hence its name. This is also the most precious part of the landscape stone-each stone has a different texture and color, which can form a beautiful picture, so that people who love fantasy have another unique space to play, and let the bubble of wisdom arouse Countless beautiful works. Where is the river, where is the mountain, with one stone in hand, no matter how peculiar the story is, of course it all depends on the self. The landscape stone is produced in South Africa and has a fine-grained crystal style

Map Stone

The map stone is used to make bracelets, the necklaces are very beautiful.

Dalmatian Jasper

The rough texture is blue with black spots, which is also called porphyry. "

Zebra Jasper

Generally, multiple layers of different rocks are squeezed together through factors such as crustal changes, high temperature and high pressure. After wind erosion, water wash, and stone collisions, layers of rocks resemble vertical stripes on zebras are formed. Stone is generally harder and denser.