Jade (Nephrite) 

This is the real deal, Nephrite from Myanmar, hence coming with a clightly higher price tag than New Jade.

This is the same stone that the Chinese worship like nothing else on earth. It still commands a very high value but not as high as pure Jadeite (when there is no inclusions or added minerals) fetch thousands of dollars in Jade markets.

 

  • in Chinese tradition that Green Jade symbolized the five virtues of humanity, which are courage, modesty, justice, compassion, and wisdom; a symbol of serenity, tranquillity, and purity;
  • a stone that’s believed to bring in good luck, friendship, peace, and harmony;
  • Jade is also known as a protective stone because of its abilities to ward off the negative energies that surround you; will show you how you can become more creative and resourceful, and it will encourage you not to be held back by your self-imposed limitations;
  • Green Jade is a stone that will help you in the manifestation of your dreams into reality;
  • It’s considered a very lucky gemstone, usually bringing the peace and harmony in tense or conflicted situations;
  • It will also ensure that you have serenity and stability in the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspect of your life;
  • This stone will show you that when everything in your life is at peace and in balance, it will be so much easier to manifest and achieve your goals;
  • Green Jade will also instill courage and compassion in you. The more wealth and abundance that you receive, the more generous you will also become

Jade (Genuine Nephrite) Tumblestone (Myanmar) GENUINE CRYSTAL

SKU: ES-TS-JADE-NEPHRITE
£3.40Price
  • Jadeite that is very popular in all parts of the world for making jewelry. There is another term jade that confuses buyers of gemstones because many think it to be the same or synonymous term for jadeite. However, the two are not the same and the differences between jade and jadeite.

    Jade

    Jade is a generic term that is applied to two different types of gemstones namely jadeite and nephrite. In fact, the rocks containing aggregates of both these gemstones are collectively known as jade. The buyers however remain confused and think of jadeite or nephrite when the word is used in front of them. Most of the Jade that is available in the markets is in the form of nephrite and, in fact, jade as jadeite is quite rare. When jade is in jadeite form, it is translucent and emerald green. It looks royal and classy with some people referring it as Imperial Jade.

    Jade is a term that has traditionally been applied to many different materials that appear similar to jadeite and nephrite but do not contain either of these gemstones. This is the reason why people remain confused between true jade and materials that are superficially called jade. There is Indian jade, Chinese jade, Mexican jade, and so on but these are not true jade as they do not contain either nephrite or jadeite. For example, Korean jade contains serpentine while Indian jade contains aventurine. In China, the word jade has mistakenly been used to refer to many different materials like soapstone and calcite that resemble true jade.

    Jadeite

    Jadeite is also called soft jade. It is one of the two forms that jade is found in nature, the other being nephrite. Jadeite is aluminous pyroxene that is rich in sodium. Jadeite is found in many different colors ranging from grey to pink to yellow to green. One can even find black and intense green jadeites. There are many jadeites that show up more than a single color. In fact, the range of colors shown by jadeite is much more than the other variant of jade, the nephrite. Jadeite is harder than nephrite, and its hardness is between 6.5 and 7 on Mohs scale.

    Sadly, many wholesalers and dealers and retailers sell their products as Jadeite or Jade (Nephrite), whilst much of their stock actually comes from stuff that looks like Jade and feels like Jade, but isnt.

    In many countries such as China, India, Mexico, Korea,  South America, Australia, Japan etc., the term jade has traditionally been used to refer to materials that resemble jade such as calcite, soapstone, aventurine, and serpentine.

    One last one, New Jade or it's proper name Bowenite is from New Zealand and Australia and is called New Jade because because it really does resemble the real stuff.

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