Kambaba Jasper (sometimes incorrectly called Kabamba), is an interesting, green orbicular jasper. It is a stromatolite fossil (colonial structures created by Cyanobacteria – commonly called blue-green algae – some of the oldest fossils on earth) is found on the island of Madagascar. Jasper is an opaque, microcrystalline form of quartz. As with any microcrystalline quartz, it is hard and takes an excellent polish with cerium or tin oxide.
Please enlarge and view the photographs for more detailed views. Shown wet to simulate polish. As with all natural rock, there may be fractures or pits to seal or work around. Each slab has the approximate dimensions listed. I use the longest and widest point and the thinnest, it’s not averaged.
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