Kambala Jasper - 800 Gms - Uk Stock - Complete With Adjustable Handmade Brass Stand.
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Kambala Jasper – 800 gms – UK Stock – Complete With Adjustable Handmade Brass Stand.

This is the exact stone you will receive. Ethically sourced in Madagascar.

The cute little ceramic fruit item on the stand base may vary depending on what is in stock when you purchase.

All approx:
Height with stand if stone vertical : 25.5 cms – 10 inches
Weight (Stone only): 800 gms

Such a beautiful item!

The beautiful brass display stand can be set to different heights. Please see the image of the 4 stands to see each possible setting. The two vertical rods unscrew and interchange to adjust the height settings.

The white rubber end protectors may be removed if you wish.

Kambaba Jasper, also known as Kambaba Stone or Green Stromatolite Jasper, is an extremely old stone dating back to 3 billion years ago.

The green and black swirling color pattern can have many experienced crystal collectors confusing this stone with Malachite or Nebula Stone. Kambaba Jasper is actually not a Jasper, but rather a fossil.

£155

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This stone is classified as a stromatolite, which refers to the clump of fossilized algae that created this mineral.

One of the special fossils within Kambaba Jasper is actually Cyanobacteria, which is believed to have helped create the first oxygen atmosphere here on earth many moons ago. Other minerals within this special combination of stones are usually Quartz, Feldspar, Cristobalite, and Albite.

The exact discovery date and locality of this stone is unknown, however it can be found in South Africa, Madagascar, and the small sea in which divides the two. The origin of the stone’s name is also heavily debated, with the leading theory suggesting Kambaba Jasper was named after Cheitharol Kambaba. Cheitharol Kambaba is the court chronicle of the kings of Manipur, India and has been around for thousands of years.