PLUMITE POPPY JASPER ROUGH
This is a natural untreated slab of plunite poppy jasper from China.
We have taken both sides and the stone is wet.
Jasper can contain various types of patterns and/or colour variations due to the formation process and is categorized as a tectosilicate. These pattern variations are created from the flow patterns in the sediments or volcanic ash saturated with silica which percolates through rock forming the jasper. Many of the so-called “picture jaspers” or “Picasso jaspers” can be brecciate, meaning that they are composed of angular fragments. Imperial jaspers can have an orbicular banding pattern that contains distinct “orbs” or spherical zones.