10cm Tall Bloodstone is formed, like many other minerals, when molten rock rises to the Earth's surface and cools. Then as gasses escape and settle on the rock's surface, it leaves little pockets on the surface of the mineral. The green color in Bloodstone comes from Chlorite and Amphibole. The red spots are iron oxide deposits where the gasses rose. Most Bloodstone is found in India, Australia, Brazil, and Madagascar. ***Due to natural variations in stones, the appearance will vary***