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A variety of Chalcedony

A poorly defined lapidary name for a red (due to hematite inclusions) to variably coloured chalcedony.

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Synonyms of JasperHide

Other Language Names for JasperHide

Simplified Chinese:碧玉

Varieties of JasperHide

Ball JasperJasper showing concentric red and yellow bands.
Jasper occurring in spherical masses.
BayateA local name for a brown ferruginous variety of Jasper.

Originally described from Oriente Province, Cuba.
ChrysojasperA variety of jasper colored by chrysocolla.
CreoliteA red-and-white banded jasper. [Webster (1962), Gems 755]
Originally reported from California, USA.
DallasiteA variety of jasper from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
DarlingiteLocal name for a variety of Jasper. A kind of lydian stone.
Originally reported from Victoria, Australia.
Egyptian JasperA brown variety jasper (brown alternating with black stripes - Egypt) or red (blood-red, flesh red, yellow, brown - found in Baden), originally described from Egypt.
KinraditeAn orbicular jasper originally observed in the San Francisco area and named for lapidary J J Kinrade.
See: "Kinradite": Orbicular Jasper from San Francisco
Owyhee Jasper
PasteliteVariety of jasper exhibiting pastel colors.
QuetzalitztliTranslucent, emerald green jasper from Guatemala, colored by inclusions of Cr-muscovite.
Riband JasperA banded Jasper
WilkiteA yellow, purple, pink, and green jasper from Willow Creek, Ada County, Idaho, USA.

Common AssociatesHide

Associated Minerals Based on Photo Data:
Quartz36 photos of Jasper associated with Quartz on
Hematite29 photos of Jasper associated with Hematite on
Chalcedony25 photos of Jasper associated with Chalcedony on
Agate12 photos of Jasper associated with Agate on
Petrified Wood10 photos of Jasper associated with Petrified Wood on
Pyrite10 photos of Jasper associated with Pyrite on
Magnetite8 photos of Jasper associated with Magnetite on
Baryte7 photos of Jasper associated with Baryte on
Sepiolite6 photos of Jasper associated with Sepiolite on
Opal6 photos of Jasper associated with Opal on

Other InformationHide

Health Risks:
No information on health risks for this material has been entered into the database. You should always treat mineral specimens with care.

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Localities for JasperHide

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