Where Is Jasper Stone Found?

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Jasper is found worldwide and a wide variety of named jaspers is found in the western areas of the United States, California, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and Washington. Jasper is one of the birth stones listed for the sun sign of Virgo and is also the mystical birthstone for the month of October.
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Jasper is a form of silica that is opaque in color, usually red, brown or green, or white. Jasper is usually used to make inexpensive jewelry or inexpensive ornaments, and it is a mineral that can be found in clay. You can find more information here: where is jasper stone found
The jasper stone is very common and is found all over the world. As a gemstone, jasper is used to make ornaments as well as to adorn buildings. The jasper stone is very inexpensive.
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