Biggs Jasper Necklace
This Biggs Jasper Necklace is strung on leather cord with our signature feather clasp in golden bronze. It features a decorative knot above the stone and is strung on dark brown leather cord.
Biggs Jasper is a rare & highly prized form of picture jasper that was discover around 1960 near Biggs Junction, Oregon. It was formed as mud from volcanic ash was deposited on basalt terrain, and subsequently heated and compressed through volcanic activity which caused the great variety of marbled, rosette-like and picture designs found in Biggs jasper.
- pendant measures just over 2″ tall, roughly 1.25″ wide and 1/4″ thick
- bronze wire wrapping & o-rings
- 1mm thick leather cord
- cord length:
- necklace is approximately 19.5 inches around
- From the top of the decorative knot to bottom of pendant is 2.5 inches
About our leather cord: we choose kangaroo leather as it is the strongest leather available. Other, more common types of leather can easily snap under pressure, especially at thinner diameters like this cord.