A hard, compact variety of serpentine found in Rhode Island. It is of a light green color and resembles jade.
Named after G. T. Bowen 19th century American mineralogist who analysed it. A mineral consisting of a hard, compact light-green serpentine resembling nephrite. (Websters, 262.)
A pale green or milky yellow serpentine named after its discoverer, G.T. Bowen.