This "Yield Sign" shaped cabochon is actually a pumpkin orange, with areas of grey, yellow, white and brown. The tip is actually translucent. I had a difficult time trying to accurately capture the color of this stone in my photos, and the the tip actually appears as a light brown rather than the darker or reddish brown which appears in the photo. ( Guess maybe I need to get a better photo editing program). Nevertheless, it is a rather spectacular looking stone. Although it is known as Bumblebee Jasper because of its striking colors, this stone is actually chemically a mixture of Onyx and Silicates.
The cab measures 36 mm in both height and width, and is 7. 6 mm thick at the center. It weighs 12.2 grams.
The cab is highly polished and champfered (beveled) on the bottom edges. It would make a striking pendant or focal stone for a bead embroidery project.