VINTAGE NATURAL Nephrite JADE Medium-Dark Transparent GREEN Medium POLISH Ring Band DETAILS: MEASUREMENTS: DIAMETER: 2.5 cm THICKNESS: Approx. 0.3 cm WIDTH: 6 cm This BEAUTIFUL NATURAL Nephrite JADE Ring has alot of MEANING & SYMBOLISM. It is associated with the FENG SHUI of GOOD LUCK. It is sometimes known as the DREAMER’S STONE. Also known to bring CALM AMIDST THE STORM, therefore it is mostly associated with COOL STRENGTH in dealing with DIFFICULT SITUATIONS. JADE is also known to bring back HEALTH & VITALITY, and is a means of bringing back NATURE into the HOME. It is known to bring FINANCIAL PROSPERITY and is mostly worn by BUSINESS PEOPLE alot. JADE has a long history amongst the CHINESE People and is one of the MOST sought after GOOD LUCK Gems. INSPECTION: This BEAUTIFUL Medium Dark Green Band has EXCELLENT geologic FEATURES when examined under the LIGHT. You can observe Varying CONCENTRATION of its GREEN shade on different parts of the ring. The DELICATE VENATION of the RING is almost HYPNOTISING to study. PLEASE CHECK PHOTOS and BUY IT NOW ONLY if you are happy. MANY THANKS! HAVE A PROSPEROUS YEAR OF THE METAL OX! Available at:
SUPPLEMENTAL READING: Jade is an ornamental mineral, mostly known for its green varieties, though it appears naturally in other colors as well, notably yellow and white. Jade can refer to either of two different silicate minerals: nephrite (a silicate of calcium and magnesium in the amphibole group of minerals), or jadeite (a silicate of sodium and aluminium in the pyroxene group of minerals).
Jade is found in East Asian, South Asian and Southeast Asian art, but also has an important place in Mexico and Guatemala. The use of jade in Mesoamerica for symbolic and ideological ritual was highly influenced by its rarity and value among pre-Columbian Mesoamerican cultures, such as the Olmec, the Maya, and the various groups in the Valley of Mexico. Although jade artifacts have been created and prized by many Mesoamerican peoples, the Motagua River valley in Guatemala was previously thought to be the sole source of jadeite in the region.
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