Jasper stones are minerals belonging to the group of quartz and in particular to the group of cryptocrystalline varieties, characterised by a microcrystalline structure that gives these stones an opaque and solid texture.

Thanks to their composition, they have a wide range of colours and drawings that vary depending on the minerals in the rock.

In general, their hardness grades from 6.5 to 7.5 on the Mohs scale, which means they are quite scratch resistant and suitable for artistic craftsmanship.

Jasper stones are found in many parts of the world, for example in the US, Brazil, Australia, India, Madagascar, Egypt and Russia.


The group of jasper stones is very diverse. Nevertheless, they are all associated with spiritual properties such as stability, strength and protection.

Each type of jasper has unique properties and is used to promote self-confidence and balance.

For example, red jasper is often associated with strength, courage and vitality, while green jasper is associated with protection and can help to push away negative energy.

Jasper can also be used to strengthen one's connection with the earth and nature, and to promote awareness and spirituality.