Large triangle shaped purple and red semi precious Mookaite Jasper collector cabochon 58.5 mm (2.29 inches) by 51 mm at its widest by 5 mm thick.
Mookaite Jasper (sometimes misspelled Mookite, or just called Mook Jasper) is a colorful semi precious gemstone Jasper from Western Australia.
Mookaite Jasper is named for where it was first found, in outcrops, principally on Mooka Station (a sheep farm of around 700,000 acres), on the west side of the Kennedy Range in Western Australia.
According to locals, the Aboriginal word "mooka" means "running waters", no doubt in reference to the many fresh water springs that feed Mooka Creek.
Metaphysical Properties: Wearing a Mookaite Jasper cabochon is believed to help bring us into the "here and now," aiding with problem assessment and decision making.