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Collection: Black jasper beads

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  • Landscape Black White Jasper Beads, 4-12mm Gemstone, 15.5'' strand
    Landscape Black White Jasper Beads, 4-12mm Gemstone, 15.5'' strand
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  • Natural Black White Zebra Jasper beads, 2mm 3mm 4-10mm Round Stone, 15.5'' strand
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  • Natural Faceted SnowFlake Jasper Beads, Gem 4-8mm Gemstone, 15.5'' strand
    Natural Faceted SnowFlake Jasper Beads, Gem 4-8mm Gemstone, 15.5'' strand
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  • Natural Sea Sediment Black Jasper Beads, Round Gemstone 4-12 mm, 15.5 strand
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  • Matte Landscape Jasper beads, 4-12mm Frosted Round Gemstone, 15.5'' strand
    Matte Landscape Jasper beads, 4-12mm Frosted Round Gemstone, 15.5'' strand
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  • Natural Matte Frosted SnowFlake obsidian Jasper Beads, Gem 4-12mm, 15.5'' strand
    Natural Matte Frosted SnowFlake obsidian Jasper Beads, Gem 4-12mm, 15.5'' strand
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  • Natural SnowFlake Jasper Beads, 4-10mm Round Gemstone, 15.5 strand
    Natural SnowFlake Jasper Beads, 4-10mm Round Gemstone, 15.5 strand
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  • Natural Kambaba Jasper Rhyolite Loose Stone Round Beads, 4-12mm Gemstone, 15.5'' strand
    Natural Kambaba Jasper Rhyolite Loose Stone Round Beads, 4-12mm Gemstone, 15.5'' strand
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  • Dark Picasso Jasper beads, 4-12mm Round Gemstone, 15.5 Strand
    Dark Picasso Jasper beads, 4-12mm Round Gemstone, 15.5 Strand
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  • Snowflake Obsidian beads, Wholesale Gemstone 4-12mm, 5-200pcs
    Snowflake Obsidian beads, Wholesale Gemstone 4-12mm, 5-200pcs
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  • Snow Flake Obsidian Chip Beads, Gemstone Polished 5~8mm 34 Inc str,
    Snow Flake Obsidian Chip Beads, Gemstone Polished 5~8mm 34 Inc str,
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In Russia, black jasper beads has always had a special attitude – black jasper beads is part of the" big three " of the main Ural gems, along with malachite and rhodonite. This is an ancient symbol of Russian stone-cutting art. The real boom in black jasper beads products occurred in the 18th century-the time of the opening of the storerooms of the Urals gems. black jasper beads the Ural breed is distinguished by the presence of multi-ton monoliths, which were so highly valued as a material for making works of art. Russian fame spread all over the world – caravans with Russian black jasper beads of gigantic size were drawn to Europe and Asia.
In Russia at that time, black jasper beads were highly valued. The peak of the popularity of stonecame during the reign of Catherine II, who paid great attention to stone-cutting. By her decree, whole factories for processing black jasper beads appeared in Russia! It was in those years that the best examples of stone-cutting art made of stone were created. Some of them can still be admired in the Hermitage today.