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Jasper is a form of chalcedony and was a very sought after material in antiquity. The material is opaque and the colour is usually red, yellow, brown or green. The rarest colour is blue. Green jasper is known to have been used to make bow drills in Mehrgarh (present day Pakistan) between 4th-5th millennium BCE.
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Ancient Jasper Bead
Ancient Jasper Bead
Our Price: £300.00

A large ancient jasper bead with deep maroon ends and a natual equatorial stripe.

Western Asiatic
Age: 1000 BCE + or -
41 mm x 13 mm
Condition: Mostly very good with weathering and surface digs commensurate with age.
Jasper Amulet Bead with12 Eyes
Jasper Amulet Pendant Bead with12 Eyes
Our Price: £150.00

An unusual red jasper amulet with 12 perforations or eyes. The top has a suspension hole to allow it to be threaded on cord.

Western Asiatic
Age: 500 to 1000 years old.
21 mm x 14 mm
Ancient Indus Valley Stone Bead
Ancient Indus Valley Stone Bead
Our Price: £150.00

A beautiful ancient biconal stone bead that is probably a variety of jasper. A lovely looking bead.

Age: 1000 BCE to 500 CE
Western Asiatic
Condition: Excellent
23 mm x 11 mm
Ancient Jasper Bead
Ancient Jasper Bead
Our Price: £120.00

A large ancient Jasper bead.

Sourced in Nepal
Condition: Very good
33.24 mm x 23.37 mm