Dead Camel Jasper is a new and rare jasper located in the Nevada Desert. It was discovered in 2016 and is in very limited supply.
The patterns are reminiscent of Owyhee Picture Jasper, Flower Jasper, Apache Rhyolite and Rocky Butte Jasper. These jaspers have lots of diversity in colour and patterns.
A very hard jasper at 7 on Mohs Hardness scale, it is excellent lapidary material that takes a high, glassy polish finish.
Get it now for your private collection while it is available.
This material is natural, untreated stone suitable for display or lapidary purposes.
These slabs are not polished and are straight off the saw and washed.
Photos are taken wet so to indicate the colour and pattern of the stone after it has been polished. No filters or photo editing has been undertaken to enhance colouration.
Slab measurements are approximate. When we measure a stone, we don't measure from it's extreme pointy little tips. We measure the usable body of the stone for lapidary purposes. When you receive your slab, it will be bigger than the description by 5-15mm.