Here is a great example of saturated bumblebee jasper. Multiple bands of black, yellow, and orange run throughout this entire piece!
Size: 3.4 in.
Weight: 3.4 oz
Bumblebee Jasper, surprisingly, is not a true jasper. While jasper is a variety of quartz, this mineral is a calcium carbonate mineral with inclusions of manganese and arsenic. Recently discovered in the 1990s, this banded yellow mineral is a misnomer. The colors seen are caused by iron pyrite (black), sulfur (yellow), calcium (white), and sometimes realgar (orange). This mineral has only been discovered in one place on Earth, Papandayan Volcano, West Java Province, Indonesia.
Bumblebee Jasper is a stone of creativity and joy. It aids in the manifestation of your higher good while increasing motivation.
Chemical Formula: CaCO3
Commonly found in Indonesia.
You will receive the bumblebee jasper tower pictured. Colors may vary based on screen size and resolution.