Dalmatian jasper, better known as Dalmatian stone, is typically found and mined in Chihuahua, Mexico. The distinctive gemstone was named "Dalmatian" due to its likeness of the "fire engine" dog. This opaque, white spotted with brown and black will make people turn around and look back when they walk past you. Though the stone is naturally a white to beige hue with dark spots, it is a popular stone to dye bright colors such as purple, red and green.
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