Offered here is an unusual example of Ocean Jasper, in a freeform shape. This one has a couple of druzy sections - little vugs or mini-caves with quartz crystals. Although mostly Ocean Jasper, this stone has what appears to be agate portions - sections that are translucent - adding to its attactiveness. This sample is good for those interested in collecting the many forms of Agate, Jasper, or sometimes other minerals, or for those interested in pendant jewelry.
Ocean Jasper is a variety of Jasper which contains variably-colored orbs or spherical inclusions or zones. This material is quite attractive when polished and is used as an ornamental stone or gemstone. The name "Ocean Jasper" is used for the variety of Jasper found along the intertidal shores of northeast Madagascar.
Although this is a cab, you can also glue on "bails", or have the piece drilled to accept a pinch bail. Either approach will let you turn this sample into a fine pendant.