Noreena jasper slab C206 10.2 ox 6 x 4 x .29" thick
Not as much yellow in this slab, but I love the Ghostly gray... and I see faces in there....
Photos are NOT enhanced!!! Material shown Wet and Dry under natural light.
Noreena Jasper occurs in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, not far from the iron ore mining town of Newman, some 700 miles north of the capital, Perth. The rock tends to break into angular pieces which contain the most wonderful "geometric", abstract designs. Until the rock is cut, you do not know what will be revealed. Noreena Jasper is from the same geological formation as Munjina Stone. They both occur in the Jeerinah Formation which is part of the Fortescue Group in the Hamersley Basin. Age is late Archaean & was deposited between 2765 & 2687 million years ago It is a silicified pelite (mudstone) Display as is or cut and polish into beautiful cabochons for jewelry.
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