Dalmatian Jasper, also known as Dalmatian Stone or Dalmatine, is a stone that’s produced in Chihuahua, Mexico. In case you’re wondering why it’s called that way, it’s because it looks just like the Dalmatian dog! It’s often white or cream in color, and it’s speckled with black spots much like the ones you can see on the Dalmatian breed of dogs. it's a stone that’s very easily polished and can achieve a high luster. It’s a known semi-precious stone that’s most often cut as tumbled stones, carvings, cabochons, spheres, and beads.