Green Jasper with Cut Base
Marvel at the geological wonder of green jasper, a gemstone formed over countless millennia. It begins its journey as sedimentary or volcanic rock, rich in silica. Through the slow dance of geological forces, heat, and pressure, this silica-rich rock undergoes a magical transformation. Over eons, mineral impurities infuse it with vibrant shades of green, creating the enchanting green jasper we see today. This natural alchemy imbues each piece with a unique story, a snapshot of Earth's ancient history.
The mesmerising green hue of jasper is the result of mineral impurities present during its formation. In this case, it's often attributed to the presence of iron compounds or other minerals that have interacted with the silica-rich precursor rock. These minerals impart the stone's distinctive green color, ranging from subtle pastels to deep, lush shades.