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Picture Jasper - Rock Tumbler Rough

Pictuer jasper tumbling rough
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(907 grams)


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Picture Jasper Rough



This is a beautiful brown, tan, grey, cream and blueish gray jasper that yields interesting pictures and desert scenes when tumbled. We always enjoy opening the barrel at the end of a tumble to see what types of scenes have developed. The gemstones remind us of our trips to Utah and Arizona!

We recommend TXP polish - an aluminum oxide compound - for polishing this picture jasper.

This Picture Jasper rough ranges in size from approximately 3/8" (9 mm) to 1 1/2"" (38 mm) in diameter.

The rough material in the photograph above is wet to show full color. The photograph below is of polished material.

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