What is Noreena Jasper?
Noreena Jasper comes from Pilbara Region of Western Australia. It is silicified mudstone that is renowned for its patterns of rusty red or somewhat mustard yellow and cream tints.
It is estimated that Noreena Jasper is around 2687-2765 million years old.
Noreena Jasper is around a 7 on the Mohs Hardness Scale.
This is a great stone to work with since it polishes up nicely and is very durable. This makes it good for setting in jewelry. The explosive combination of colors makes each piece unique on its own. For a list of our current Noreena Jasper cabochons see our gemstones page.