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Orbicular Rainforest Jasper, Rhyolite Collector Specimen, 1597g

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Orbicular Rainforest Jasper, Rhyolite Collector Specimen, 1597g

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  • Materials: crystal, gemstone, mineral
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This is a beautiful Orbicular Rainforest Jasper specimen. Polished one side. Measures 6-3/4" x 4-3/4" x 3" (172 mm x 120 mm x 76 mm). Weighs 3 lbs., 8.2 ozs (1597 grams). Please contact us with any questions.

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Rainforest Jasper is a rare type of rhyolitic lava, associated with volcanic activity in some areas. Gas bubbles are trapped in the lava flow during solidification, creating pockets which are later filled, or partially filled by flows of siliceous material, which may be Agate, Jasper, Quartz Crystal or other minerals. The Rhyolite usually occurs in association with Thunder Eggs, another volcanic gemstone.

Rainforest Jasper is known in different parts of the world by several other names. These include Spherulitic Rhyolite, Agatised Rhyolite and Green Rhyolite.

This unique gemstone is mined only at Mt Hay, 38 kms west of Rockhampton in Central Queensland, Australia. It was first mined commercially in the late 1960’s and continues to be a popular gemstone with cutters and collectors around the world.

The Rhyolites of the Mt Hay volcanics, which are dated at around 120 millions years old, occur in varying shades of green, brown, red and cream. The colour range and variety of minerals that infill the Rhyolite, create a unique and attractive gemstone.

Rainforest Jasper is used extensively in the manufacture of beads, cabochons, ornaments and more recently in the furniture and building industries.

Rainforest Jasper is the green form of Rhyolite, and is also known as Australian Rainforest Jasper.

This is a stone that has a soft gradual energy, and will contribute to more cheerful, pleasant people entering your life.

If you are person who is passionate about the earth and who feels that it is time to step forward to help heal the earth, then the energy of this stone will be of benefit to you.

It gives you a deeper connection with nature and with plants, trees and animals, and with Mother Gaia herself.

It has a vibration of happiness and joy for life that will flow outwards, throughout your life. This stone also carries a strong vibration for change.

Thank you for your interest and Blessed Be!
This is a beautiful Orbicular Rainforest Jasper specimen. Polished one side. Measures 6-3/4" x 4-3/4" x 3" (172 mm x 120 mm x 76 mm). Weighs 3 lbs., 8.2 ozs (1597 grams). Please contact us with any questions.

This is the actual specimen being sold.

Rainforest Jasper is a rare type of rhyolitic lava, associated with volcanic activity in some areas. Gas bubbles are trapped in the lava flow during solidification, creating pockets which are later filled, or partially filled by flows of siliceous material, which may be Agate, Jasper, Quartz Crystal or other minerals. The Rhyolite usually occurs in association with Thunder Eggs, another volcanic gemstone.

Rainforest Jasper is known in different parts of the world by several other names. These include Spherulitic Rhyolite, Agatised Rhyolite and Green Rhyolite.

This unique gemstone is mined only at Mt Hay, 38 kms west of Rockhampton in Central Queensland, Australia. It was first mined commercially in the late 1960’s and continues to be a popular gemstone with cutters and collectors around the world.

The Rhyolites of the Mt Hay volcanics, which are dated at around 120 millions years old, occur in varying shades of green, brown, red and cream. The colour range and variety of minerals that infill the Rhyolite, create a unique and attractive gemstone.

Rainforest Jasper is used extensively in the manufacture of beads, cabochons, ornaments and more recently in the furniture and building industries.

Rainforest Jasper is the green form of Rhyolite, and is also known as Australian Rainforest Jasper.

This is a stone that has a soft gradual energy, and will contribute to more cheerful, pleasant people entering your life.

If you are person who is passionate about the earth and who feels that it is time to step forward to help heal the earth, then the energy of this stone will be of benefit to you.

It gives you a deeper connection with nature and with plants, trees and animals, and with Mother Gaia herself.

It has a vibration of happiness and joy for life that will flow outwards, throughout your life. This stone also carries a strong vibration for change.

Thank you for your interest and Blessed Be!

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