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Orbicular Ocean Jasper Pendant w/ Vintage Glass Beads -SOLD

Another beautiful piece of Orbicular Ocean Jasper, cut by Master Lapidary John Heusler. This stone makes me think of water flowing  under dappled, shady trees. On the back is a silver frog. The necklace is strung on vintage white glass beads.

This stone was first written about in 1922, then the location of the mine was lost for the next 75 years. All anyone knew was that it came from somewhere off the coast of Madagascar. 

About the Stone

Ocean jasper is distinguished by its unique multiple eye-like spots or circular patterns called orbs (that's where the term orbicular comes from) set in a background matrix in a wide range of color variations. The orbs are found in shades including white, gray, yellow, beige, pink, red, maroon and brown, plus an array of blue and green tones, and even near-black.


measures: L 2.5" x 1.5" W. Length of necklace is 23".


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