Pieces measure between 1"- 2" in
Jasper and Quartz are both varieties of silica, but they have distinct characteristics and formations.
Jasper is a type of chalcedony, a form of microcrystalline quartz. It is opaque and often features patterns or bands of color.
Quartz is one of Earth's most common and varied minerals, and it's known for its hardness and crystal structure. It can be found in a wide range of forms and colors.