This cabochon stone material is found just north of Eagle, Idaho.
Willow Creek Jasper actually forms as the centers of giant thundereggs, some as large as 10 feet in diameter.
Willow Creek Jasper cabochons are known for their subtle pastel colors in pinks, greens and tans and for its squiggly line patterns, and orb patterns-resulting in very unique designer cabochons.
Compared to other fine jaspers, Willow Creek has fewer natural fractures.
Jasper is a form of Chalcedony. Jasper usually refers to an opaque stone, with a solid color or an irregular display of colors caused by various mineral impurities. The named Jasper is derived from the Greek word that means “spotted stone” and most Jaspers are named for their location or appearance.
Willow Creek Jasper is said to have a stabilizing effect, and helps one take all one's energy and use it in a balanced manner. It is also believed to be a stone that helps in all areas of survival, and is considered a very protective stone.