KAMBABA OCEAN JASPER 925 STERLING SILVER JEWELLERY

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    The kambaba stone has been around for over a billion years. Many people mistake it for a jasper stone, but it's a fossil! The kambaba jasper is a stromatolite, which is a type of fossilized algae. A green stromatolite jasper is another name for it. The kambaba jasper is a billion-year-old sedimentary fossil of prehistoric algae. The fossilized algal colonies give it its blue-green color and black dots and swirls. This indicates that it is not the same type of jasper as the ocean jasper. Bambamba, Cumbamba, Kambamba, Kabamba, and Kabamby are all names for the same stone.

    Origin: South Africa. Color: Blue-green color, black spots, and swirls. Clarity: Opaque. Cut: Facets. Treatment: Untreated 100% Genuine Gemstone