Mozarkite, a form of chert (flint), is the state rock of Missouri. Its name derives from the state's abbreviation —Mo, it's regular location in the Ozarks —zark and the scientific ending of a rock's name —ite.
This semi-precious gemstone shows tremendous colors — ranging from different hues of red, pink, and purple with varying tints of green, gray and brown. These stones typically occur in Cotter Dolomite from the Ordovician age, which dates back some 450 million years ago.
You will receive one stone, which has a size/shape that may vary due to each stone being unique in color and form. Most stones range between 0.6"-1.2"