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Jasper is one of the most popular gemstones used in the jewelry industry throughout history. Just about anyone can enjoy its endless variety, no matter their style. Jasper stones are a great addition to your jewelry collection due to their unlimited hues, unique patterns, and affordability.


A Jasper stone is a an opaque, fine-grained, or dense gemstone that comes in a variety of colors. The most common color, brownish-red, comes from admixed hematite. Other colors can occur when Jasper is clay admixed, causing it to be yellow, white, gray, or multi-color. Very rarely, you may find Jasper in green or blue. Jasper stones can also form when volcanic ash or fine pyroclastics bond with silica precipitation into a solid material.


Jasper stone comes in various carat sizes, but the carat weight doesn't necessarily determine the gemstone's size. Some Jasper stones are large but don't weigh much, while other gems are tiny but weigh more. Rather than relying on the carat weight, focus on its dimensional size.


Jasper is extremely versatile, and can be used in any style. Depending on its cut, Jasper can suit boho, hippie, classic, and elegant looks alike. Jasper stones have various spots and patterns, so no two stones are exactly alike. Jewelers use them for bracelets and necklaces, as well as centerpieces for rings and earrings.


You can find Jasper in various shapes in sizes, including hearts, rounded, pear-shaped, oval-shaped, and more. Jasper is cut en cabochon, a technique which polishes and rounds the stone, allowing light to reflect and enhance its brilliance. This is different from other gemstones with a faceted cut.


Jasper stones are most often beautiful straight from the earth. In some cases, Jasper may be heat-treated to to darken, lighten, or enrich the colors. Using heat treatment, exposure to a high temperature will alter the color and improve the clarity. Sometimes, other rocks are dyed to imitate Jasper.


Often referred to as the "Supreme Nurturer," Jasper is known to sustain and support you during times of stress by bringing serenity and wholeness. Jasper stones are thought to absorb negative energy, providing protection when worn.


Jasper stone is said to stimulate circulation, fortify your immune system, and have an anti-inflammatory and detoxifying effect. It's mainly known for its help with sexual and digestive organs. Jasper provides you with positive energies, so you may experience extended sexual pleasure or support during a long period of illness. Many individuals enjoy Jasper as a water crystal because it won't overstimulate the body.


Even though Jasper is an affordable and common gemstone today, it was once highly valuable. Jasper dates as far back as the 4th and 5th millennium BC, and can be found referenced in the bible. Jasper was highly used in Medieval Times, including this ancient cup, which can be found at the Met. Along with providing a connection to God, Jasper was thought to heal those possessed by the devil. In the fourth century, wearing green Jasper was thought to bring rain and remedy snake bites.


Bloodstone is a dark green Jasper wiith bright red spots of Red Jasper or iron oxide inclusions. Bloodstone formed when magma rose to the earth's surface and began cooling. It is believed to ward off bullying and can increase mental clarity and decision making.


Dalmatian Jasper, is found and mined in Chihuahua, Mexico. It is a famous stone that resembles the Dalmatian dog. The Dalmatian Jasper is said to increase your happiness and helps you to let go of negativity.


Green Jasper ranges in shades of green. Green Jasper gets its color from iron silicate compounds, such as chlorite. It formed when fine volcanic ash became a solid material. Green Jasper is a stone that represents balance and shares a connection to the heart chakra.


Mookaite Jasper comes in deep red to bright yellow with white, tan, brown, pink, and purple. The flow of silica-rich sediments determines the patterns of Mooka




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