Jasper, Noreena Tumbled Stones
Noreena Jasper is a silicified mudstone that is found only in the Pilbara region of Western Australia — in an iron ore mining town named Newman that is approximately 700 miles north of the capital of Perth.
The stone was first found at Noreena Station — which is how this material earned its name.
This stone is quickly gaining in popularity because of its striking patterns of rust red combined with a mustard yellow that swirls in unique patterns that make no two stones the same.
You can see just from the photos why these stones are popular among cabochon cutters and jewelry makers.
Use Noreena Jasper tumbled stones with your meditation practice to help promote a clear mind, mental expansion and personal growth.
All tumbled stones are priced and sold individually, unless otherwise noted.
Due to the unique qualities in each stone, sizes can vary from 0.75 inches to 1.75 inches per stone.