Dalmatian jasper (aka Dalmatian stone) is found in Chihuahua, Mexico. Dalmatian stone is also called Dalmatian jasper, though it isn’t a jasper at all. Jasper has a conchoidal (smooth curved) fracture and Dalmatian stone is much softer than jasper.
The distinctive gemstone was named “Dalmatian” due to its likeness to the spotted dog.. Though the stone is naturally a white to beige hue with dark spots, it is a popular stone to dye bright colours such as purple, red and green.
Dalmatian Jasper is known as a nurturing stone because it can bring out the child within. It is also believed to develop a calm sense of tranquillity and control enabling a clear mind to reveal one’s strengths and weaknesses. This is a great stone for the over analytical or paranoid enhancing decisiveness, and increasing organisational skills. It also works great for pet trainers, or parents due to its ability to calm and influence animals and children.
Its black inclusions are black tourmaline, giving it protective and grounding properties. Th tourmaline aids in its ability to transmute electromagnetic frequencies; blocking environmental pollution and radiation.