Kambaba jasper bowl, originally forms when the interaction of biological and sedimentary processes combine, purely due to mineral exchange. This mineral contains evidence of the planet’s biological activity over hundreds of thousands of years and consists of the colour loden green with mottled patterns, these are usually black specks and swirls of an orbicular fashion. Commonly known for its bioorganic origin, 'stromatolite'.
Kambaba Jasper is an algae (an aquatic organism stromatolite, a group or commune of algae) that has fossilised over a long period into a semi-precious mineral, Jasper. Kambaba Jasper is from the South African Rift that runs from South Africa to Madagascar. It is sedimentary (deposited layers of sediment) and Kambaba is usually coloured bluish-grey-green with dark and greenish orbs.