Ibis Jasper Freeform
Ibis Jasper, also known as fragmented jasper, is a newly discovered brecciated Jasper from Madagascar. Breccia refers to stones broken apart and naturally cemented back together by another mineral. These beautiful gemstones are usually created by weathering or the movement of water. Breccia are similar to a conglomerate but they have more angular pieces. Ibis Jasper is fragmented jasper repaired with crystal, chalcedony, or agate, all varieties of quartz, giving it a terrazzo-like appearance.
This stone is named after a riparian crane-like bird in Madagascar which are brownish-red, with touches of white and blue, similar to the color palette of this unique gemstone!
- 4"L x 2.5"W x 6"H