Tumbled Spiderweb Jasper
Captivating in appearance, these Spiderweb Jasper stones are crisscrossed and webbed with strands of black, mimicking a spiderweb. It’s appearance is a result of its creation; Spiderweb Jasper forms as nearly all Jasper does, in deep fissures or cracks in the Earth. The white Jasper is then cracked by the immense pressure of the shifting earth, and then Black Jasper fills these new fissures. Over time, the Jaspers merge, creating the striking black and white patterns of Spiderweb Jasper.
You will receive three unique pieces of tumbled Spiderweb Jasper, each holding its own characteristics.