Call Us: 1-866-354-0894

GR125 Mookaite Jasper

GR125 Mookaite Jasper


GR125: Mookaite Jasper. – Locality: Australia.

Please note: the last photos are shot wet.

Approximate measurements: LxWxH – 10 1/8″ x 6 7/5″ x 5 1/2″.

Availability: single piece, exclusive.

In stock


Mookaite Jasper is a cryptocrystalline variety of quartz, which means that it consists of microscopic crystals. It is typically composed of silicon dioxide, like many other varieties of jasper. What sets Mookaite apart is its remarkable range of colors, which can include shades of red, yellow, brown, white, and even purple. These colors often occur in swirling or banded patterns, giving each piece of Mookaite its unique character.

Mookaite Jasper derives its name from its primary source, Mooka Creek, near the Kennedy Ranges in Western Australia. The term “jasper” is used to describe the opaque and typically patterned varieties of chalcedony, and Mookaite fits this description perfectly. This region in Western Australia is the primary location for mining Mookaite, and it is renowned for producing some of the finest and most colorful specimens of this stone.

Mookaite’s distinct appearance is believed to be the result of the sedimentation and mineralization of ancient marine fossils and microorganisms over millions of years. The unique geological processes in this region have contributed to the vibrant colors and intricate patterns found in Mookaite.

Additional information

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 10.25 × 8 × 5.5 in

Contact Us

515 1st Street
Keystone, SD 57751

Order: 1-866-354-0894
Information: 605-666-4813

Find Us On Social