First two pictures are pictured wet last one is dry. This slab measures 4.5 inches by 4.1 inches and 5.5 mm thick. It weighs 5.49 ounces.
Biggs Blue Jasper is a rare picture jasper that was discover around 1960 near Biggs Junction, Oregon. Biggs jasper was formed in mud from volcanic ash. It has a high silica content which makes it a hard stone. Biggs jasper takes an excellent polish. It is a rare stone now because in 1965 Route 97 was built on top of the deposit. It can no longer be accessed. Most Biggs jasper ranges in layers in shades of browns from tan to dark brown. High quality has shades of blue and purple.
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Ammolite comes from Ammonites, a fossil that is 65 million years old. Ammonite is one of the few biogenic gemstones. In looks, it is similar to Opal in many respects. Ammonite is mainly Aragonite. This stunning cabochon displays iridescence and play of color like the best opals in the world. A perfect piece for a jewelry artist! Provenance: Alberta, Canada Weight: 6.1 gm. Dimensions: 1.31 x 0.97 x 0.13 in. Code: 10F362