Rainforest jasper is an exquisite gemstone known for its beautiful multicolor patterns. Its mixtures of green, gray, red, black and white hues create a stunning marbling found in no other stone.
Rainforest jasper owes its beauty to its unique swirls of greens, grays, reds, blacks and whites that come together in pleasing shapes within each unique piece. This gorgeous gemstone shows off lush hues of sage and emerald green, often splashed with neutral shades of brown or black. It can also contain a beautiful marbling of rust, yellow and cream. No two stones are the same. Jasper is one of the many gemstones that belong to the quartz family. It is an opaque and impure variety of silicon dioxide. The name 'jasper' comes from the Greek word for 'spotted stone,' which refers to the stone's multicolored, striped, spotted or flamed appearance. Jasper is a dense substance which can be made of up to 20 percent of foreign materials. Because of these impurities, jasper is rarely uniformly formed. Rainforest jasper, also known as rhyolite jasper, is an igneous volcanic rock that can appear in many different ways, depending on how it erupts from the volcano. Explosive eruptions create pumice, which is full of bubbles. Slower eruptions create a bubble-free, black rock also used as a semi-precious gemstone. Rainforest jasper can look very different, depending on how it erupts. It has a composition similar to granite but has a smaller grain size; it is composed of the light-colored silicates and is usually beige to pink in color. Rainforest jasper's beautiful blend of colors creates unique patterns in the stone which are said to spark creativity in individuals. Each stone is one-of-a-kind wonder.
Jasper gemstones can be found in many locations throughout the world. Some of the most notable deposits are sourced from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Madagascar, Mexico, Russia, Uruguay, Venezuela and the United States. We source this stone from Australia, which produces some of the best quality Rainforest jasper.