Regular price $13.00


Item # 7246

Sea Sediment Jasper - Aqua Terra Jasper Beads


with Silver Plate Chain  dainty hook and eye closer.

Necklace is adjustable from 20 Inches to 24 Inches.

Sea sediment jaspers are precious stones, very often in shades of blue, and are found in the Asiatic regions. Jasper was a favorite gem in ancient times and is mentioned in Hebrew, Latin and Assyrian literature. The name jasper is derived from a Greek word that means spotted stone.
Pyrite and Rainbow Sea Sediment Jasper make up totally unique stones. Specs of pyrite are seen throughout the in the stones. The Elements of the Earth are represented in the metallic hue of these irregular stones of sea sediment combined with pyrite. Colors are usually interspersed throughout and are deep toned.
Sea Sediment Jasper is only one of the names for these absolutely gorgeous stones that are also referred to as: "Aqua Terra Jasper" (the blue & green colors), "Impression Jasper" (for it does make quite the impression), "Snakeskin Jasper", as well as "Variscite" and "Regalite" and “Sea Sediment Jasper Pyrite”. This stone has proven to be somewhat of a mystery. We know that it is a natural jasper material from Africa that has a somewhat jelly-like luster resembling Natural Turquoise-- 
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Disclosure Guidelines For Gem Materials and Gemstones
The American Gem Trade Association (AGTA) , founded in 1982, is an Association of United States & Canadian natural-colored gemstone and cultured Pearl industry professionals dedicated to promoting the natural- Colored gemstone trade. The association is a higher standard that the Federal Trade Commission’s guides for the jewelry industry on disclosing colored gemstone treatments. In keeping with both guidelines Rosehill Jewelry will be providing the above information On the gemstones or pearls we use in crafting our jewelry. With the exception of normal cutting and polishing the information below will appear in all of our future listings for items on sale. Rosehill Jewelry Beads and Gems Treatment Guide (ASBL): Assembled products made of multiple layers or combinations of gemstone materials (B): Bleached - use of chemical agents to lighten or remove a gemstone color ( C ): Coated or coating surface treatment to improve appearance , provide color or add special effects. ( D ): Dyed - introduction of coloring matter into a gemstone to improve or change the coloring of a gemstone. ( F ): Filling a by-product of heat treatment with a colorless substance to give a finished and polished look to gemstones. ( H ): Heating The use of heat to effect desired alteration of color, clarity and/or phenomena. ( I ): Infilling The intentional of surface-breaking cavities or fractures. ( IMIT: ) Imitation products designed to imitate real gemstones ( MM or manmade: ) Fabricated products not designed to imitate gemstones - Mixes such as resin & Mother of Pearl to give a pleasing look to a product . ( N ): Natural Stones which are not currently known to be dyed, colored or heated. ( O ): Oiling/Resin Infusion Intentional filling of surface-breaking cavities with colorless oil, wax, natural resin or unhardened manmade material into fissured transparent/translucent gemstones to improve appearance. ( S ): Stabilization (Bonding): The use of a colorless bonding agent with a porous gemstone to give it durability or improved appearance…98% of turquoise is sold stabilized. ( SYN ): Synthetic (We never go there) Manmade materials manufactured to resemble real gemstones. ( U ) Diffusion: The use of chemicals in conjunction with high heat to produce deeper color or asterism (star-like) inclusions. AND FINALLY ( W ) Waxing/Oiling Impregnation of wax, paraffin/and or oil into porous opaque gemstones to improve their appearance. (Normally used on many gemstones to improve their consistency and looks.


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